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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, February 14, 2019 3:50 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Danielle Maldonado,'Carolyn Cook;katrina.montgomery@lacity.org;Marco 
Ramirez;Robert Chellew;Dominic Choi 
Re: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 


Hi Brian, 

I am not sure. I will check with Katie and Danie next week. We are trying to figure out where Division 1 and 
Division 2 are located. Will keep you posyted. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:16 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Danielle Maldonado; Carolyn Cook; katrina.montgomery@lacity.org; Reiner Reich Bolor; Marco Ramirez; Robert 
Chellew 

Subject: Re: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Any progress to report? Metro followed up with me today. 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-2334 


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On Feb 4, 2019, at 4:45 PM, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5>lacity.org > wrote: 


Thanks. Please keep me posted. 

Brian 

On Mon, Feb 4, 2019 at 4:29 PM Emada Tingirides < 31546(5)lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

I am following up on this E Mail, sorry for the delay. Danie, can you help with this 
location. Carolyn checked the AMS and there were no Clean Ups pending that she could 
identify. This location is most definitely a CSLA. 

Thank You all in advance. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(5)lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:25 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; danielle.maldonado@lacity.org; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Fwd: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Can we please have the below two Metro locations calendared for CSLA cleanups in the next 
few weeks? 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 
Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (MOjJHHH 


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Begin forwarded message: 


From: "Loew, Jennifer" < LoewJ(5)metro.net > 

Date: January 31, 2019 at 11:13:54 AM PST 
To: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 

Cc: Michael Padilla < 31244(5)lapd.online >, "Burrell Garcia, Joyce" 
< BurrellGarciaJ(5)metro.net >. "Babayan, Lena" < BABAYANL(5)metro.net >, 
"Branstetter, Brady" < BranstetterB(5)metro.net > 

Subject: RE: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Thank you so much Brian! Here are direct locations of Divisions 1 & 2—site 
information and photographs. Please let us know how we can help the City 
along in any clean up and enforcement efforts where appropriate. 

Thank you, 

Jennifer 

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Jennifer E. Loew (Formerly Brogin) 

LA Metro 

Manager, Transit Security Special Projects 
System Security and Law Enforcement 
213.922.3646 W 



metro.net | facebook.com/losangelesmetro | @metrolosangeles 

Metro provides excellence in service and support. 


From: Brian Buchner f mailto:brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org1 
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:04 AM 
To: Loew, Jennifer < LoewJ(5)metro.net > 

Cc: Michael Padilla < 31244(5)lapd.online >; Burrell Garcia, Joyce 
< BurrellGarciaJ(5)metro.net > 

Subject: Re: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Yes, we can absolutely help out. Can you let me know the exact locations and I'll 
work to get them on the calendar. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 
Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. [lljljPBHj 


On Jan 31, 2019, at 10:40 AM, Loew, Jennifer < LoewJ(a>metro.net > wrote 
Brian: 

We have been in discussions with Sgt. Padilla, whom I will 
include here in, but I also want to reach out to you directly 
related to Divisions 1 and 2 which are bus divisions around the 
skid row area. These locations have tremendous employee 
interface, however, the sidewalks have been overtaken by the 
homeless. Is there any way that we can expedite a clean-up at 
these location sites? Our employees are becoming very 
frustrated that the encampments and waste have been there for 
years and fear for their health and safety. Metro would 
otherwise be willing to clean these locations, but we are 
constrained as they are not our property. 

Thank you, 

Jennifer 

Jennifer E. Loew (Formerly Brogin) 

LA Metro 

Manager, Transit Security Special Projects 
System Security and Law Enforcement 
213.922.3646 W 



metro.net | facebook.com/losangelesmetro | @metrolosangeles 

Metro provides excellence in service and support. 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-2334 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 3:44 PM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Subject: Fw: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 

Hi Brian, 

We can not find this location on Navigate LA. Not sure what Division this is. Is there a possibility of another 
address? 

Thanks, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 9:21 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; danielle.maldonado@lacity.org; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Fwd: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 

Hi Team, 

Are we able to scope out this location in the garment district to get a sense of the issues and what safety 
concerns might be present? 

Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 


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o. (213) 978-2334 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacity.org > 

Date: February 13, 2019 at 7:57:10 PM PST 
To: Ron Frierson < ron.frierson@lacity.org > 

Cc: Angie Aramayo < angie.aramayo@lacity.org >, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Subject: Re: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 

Hey Ron. Thanks for bringing this up. We will deploy resources to scope out the issue. It'd be 
great to know what the specific safety concerns are as that will be what determines the 
intervention. 

Generally, if someone wants to know what we're doing as a city to addresss homelessness, they 
should go to lamayor.org/homelessness . I also included Angie, the field area rep from MOPE 
who can provide further engagement. 

Hope this helps! 

Thanks. 

On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 3:51 PM Ron Frierson < ron.frierson@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Christina, 

Hope you're well. 

DM Chun received an email via LAEDC from Mike Tabassi, owner of Design Knit Inc, a garment 
manufacturer located at 1636 Staunton Ave regarding a homeless encampment that is causing 
safety concerns for employees and has affected his ability to get a tenant to rent space at his 
facility. This email came to us from Barbara Levine at LAEDC. 

I would like to reply to Mike directly and cc LAEDC with information on what we are doing to 
help solve or improve the homeless issue in the city. Also, I want to mention (if anything) what 
we can do to address this specific complaint. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thank you! 

RF 


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Ron L. Frierson 

Director of Economic Policy 

Mayor's Office of Economic Development 

office 213.978.0781 
direct 213.978.0787 
mobile 323.552.6926 


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Christina Miller 

Deputy Mayor, City Homelessness Initiatives 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
Christina, miller@lacitv.ora 

Office: 213-978-1140 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 12:31 PM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Cc: Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Subject: Fw: URGENT REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FOR ELDERLY HOMELESS VETERAN 

Hi Brian, 

Just an FYI.Please see the below E Mails. I have forwarded this request to Matthew and asked if he could 

send a team to his location. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Gita O'neill <gita.oneill@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 11:02 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Cynthia Gonzalez 

Subject: Fwd: URGENT REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FOR ELDERLY HOMELESS VETERAN 
Hi Lt. 

Just sending this to you in case someone at LAHSA at the UHRC has any ideas as well. This guy has been 
outreached time after time and refuses many VA benefits. Multiple people have tried but maybe in this 
hurricane, he will come in if LAHSA asks again, 
thank you! 

Gita 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Sara Ugaz < sara.ugaz(g>lacity.org > 

Date: Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 10:50 AM 

Subject: URGENT REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FOR ELDERLY HOMELESS VETERAN 
To: Cynthia Gonzalez < cynthia.gonzalez(a>lacity.org > 

Cc: Gita O'neill < gita.oneill(S>lacity.org > 


Hi Cynthia, 


I just got a phone call from Claudia at Antigua Bread 5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 


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She said that Eddie Richards, an 83 year old homeless veteran, is there and is cold, wet, and 
shivering. The folks at Antigua are doing their best to help Eddie, but he needs a change of clothes, a towel, 
and a blanket . Do you know if a social service provider could be deployed to Antigua Bread to help Eddie get 
warm and dry? Thank you very much. 


Sara Ugaz, Deputy City Attorney 
Los Angeles City Attorney's Office 
Civil Liability Appellate Section 
200 North Main Street, 8th Floor 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213)978-2283 


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Director 

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Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney 
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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:58 PM 

Brian Buchner;danielle.maldonado@lacity.org;Matthew Tenchavez;Dominic Choi 
Re: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 


Hi Brian, 


I will reach out to OCB HOPE and request that they assess this location and provide information on their 
observations. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant II 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 9:22 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; danielle.maldonado@lacity.org; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Fwd: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 

Hi Team, 

Are we able to scope out this location in the garment district to get a sense of the issues and what safety 
concerns might be present? 

Thanks. 


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Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-2334 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacity.org > 

Date: February 13, 2019 at 7:57:10 PM PST 
To: Ron Frierson < ron.frierson@lacity.org > 

Cc: Angie Aramayo < angie.aramavo@lacity.org >, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Subject: Re: Business Concern: Homelessness Encampment 

Hey Ron. Thanks for bringing this up. We will deploy resources to scope out the issue. It’d be 
great to know what the specific safety concerns are as that will be what determines the 
intervention. 

Generally, if someone wants to know what we’re doing as a city to addresss homelessness, they 
should go to lamayor.org/homelessness . I also included Angie, the field area rep from MOPE 
who can provide further engagement. 

Hope this helps! 

Thanks. 

On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 3:51 PM Ron Frierson < ron.frierson@lacitv.org > wrote: 


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Hi Christina, 


Hope you're well. 

DM Chun received an email via LAEDC from Mike Tabassi, owner of Design Knit Inc, a 
garment manufacturer located at 163 6 Staunton Ave regarding a homeless encampment that is 
causing safety concerns for employees and has affected his ability to get a tenant to rent space at 
his facility. This email came to us from Barbara Levine at LAEDC. 

I would like to reply to Mike directly and cc LAEDC with information on what we are doing to 
help solve or improve the homeless issue in the city. Also, I want to mention (if anything) what 
we can do to address this specific complaint. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thank you! 


RL 

310.614.6488 



Ron L. Frierson 

Director of Economic Policy 

Mayor's Office of Economic Development 

office 213.978.0781 
direct 213.978.0787 
mobile 323.552.6926 


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Christina Miller 

Deputy Mayor, City Homelessness Initiatives 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
christina.miller@lacitv.org 

Office: 213-978-1140 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 5:15 PM 
Dana Valdez;Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 

Celina Robles;Monique Contreras;Robert Chellew;Ryan Christophe Simmons,'Marco 
Ramirez 

Re: New Ranger chief 


Hi Dana, 


Thank You for reaching out and we look forward to better communication and coordination with your team 
under the new Park Chiefs direction. 

Commander and Brian, Rec and Parks has hired a new "Chief Ranger" (Ex LAPD Lieutenant) who will have 
oversight and a team of Rangers to address Homelessness in the parks. He would like to meet the UHRC 
personnel. Please let me know if you would like to be part of this introduction. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Dana Valdez <dana.valdez@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:56 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: New Ranger chief 

Good morning Emada, 

Hope you are well. Just wanted to let you know we had a meeting with Ranger Chief Joe, he is excited to meet 
all of you. We are trying to schedule a visit with you all. Please let me know what day or time works best for 
you. Thank you 


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Dana Valdez 

Department of Recreation and Parks 
Community Program Director 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Recreation and Parks City Wide 
Office: 213-576-6407 

dana.valdez@lacitv.org 

Office: 213-485-5160 
UHRC Office: 213-576-6407 


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Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Tuesday, February 12, 2019 4:26 PM 
Shannon Geaney;Sean Starkey;Brian Buchner 

Gabriel Ruiz;Adrian Maxwell;Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 
Re: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Shannon Geaney 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 4:20 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Sean Starkey; Brian Buchner 

Cc: Gabriel Ruiz; Adrian Maxwell; Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 

LT, 

All of the Rapid Response efforts have been minimally invasive for example removal of voluntarily discarded 
trash and bulky items. It was only when the tents were removed from the sidewalk on January 28th that the 
full breadth of the problem was evident. 

The email from the apartment resident and photos were very recent so I believe the problem still exists. 

I appreciate your assistance. 

Respectfully, 

Shannon 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 4:16:28 PM 

To: Shannon Geaney; Sean Starkey; Brian Buchner 

Cc: Gabriel Ruiz; Adrian Maxwell; Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 

Hi Sgt. Geaney, 

Thank You for the information and follow up. I have included the OWB HOPE Sergeant as well. The UHRC 
identified that Rapid Response has been conducted six times at Carlos and Tamirand in the past several weeks 


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and visited by the OWB HOPE Team. Do you know if these rodents have been removed from the location 
already and if not the exact location of them? 

Brian, can you coordinate a discussion with LASAN to help strategize this location in the ABH Zone? 

Thank You all in Advance, 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Shannon Geaney 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 3:48:46 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Sean Starkey 

Cc: Gabriel Ruiz 

Subject: Fw: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 
LT, 

When we did the CSLA clean up last week (after NOT having done a clean up since October in this area) I was 
STUNNED by the amount of rodent feces (I am no biologist but I am certain that's what it was) that was left 
behind on the sidewalk. It was VERY VERY obvious that there is a massive infestation in the area. Bureau of 
Sanitation did not bring a power-washer and the area was weakly (not WEEKLY) sprayed with a garden sprayer 
with some bleach solution. 

I implore the decision makers to recognize this for the public health hazard it is. It is clearly now affecting the 
apartment dwellers in a much more than anecdotal or inconvenient way. We need to conduct regular clean¬ 
ups at our entrenched encampments to stem this infestation. 

Please advise on the availability of a CSLA slot or Rapid Response Team that can address Carlos and Tamarind 
and the nearby Gower and the 101 which is equally unhealthful. 

Respectfully, 

Sgt Geaney 


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From: Gil Maclang|_ 

Sent: Friday, February 8, 2019 4:33 PM 


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To: Dan Halden 

Cc: Shannon Geaney; Michael Benavente 
Subject: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 

Hi Dan, 

We are again seeking your help in containing the expanding encampment on Tamarind Avenue. It started with 
one little tent last week and now has grown to 5 tents and some of them directly across our front gate and 
building. Yesterday, our electricity box was broken into (see attached photo) with the occupants of the big 
tent across our building as the main suspects. I didn't have the time to sit and review the camera for that day 
which I believe would not matter anyway if I attached a snapshot of the person who vandalized it. The point is, 
we are under siege and we are helpless and defenseless against the homeless population creeping into the 
little space we call our front yard. As I mentioned in my earlier email, bad things happen whenever these 
transients are camped out close to our building. And that is just the immediate threat we are facing. With the 
news of typhus scare affecting city hall employees, it made us realize that some of the building residents next 
to the encampment on Carlos Avenue and Tamarind Avenue may already be suffering from the disease 
without knowing it. I have recently received complaints from two residents of the presence of mice in their 
units. I have attached photos of dead rat/mouse to prove my case. This has never happened before and for 
the first time I had requested our pest control company for treatment and traps. Even roaches that can be 
seen crawling in and around our building are carriers of deadly diseases. These transients don't have toilets 
and trash bins and because no one is regulating the disposal of their waste they discard them in the most 
unhealthy way.The cul-de-sac area where the planters are located is probably serving as their toilet now - 
who's to stop them. 

So please, we are appealing to you and everyone out there who can help us. We will only feel safer if 
Tamarind Avenue remains tent free. Now that the rains have stopped, we hope you can do something to 
prevent it from getting worse than it already is. 

Thank you. 

Gil 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 4:16 PM 
Shannon Geaney;Sean Starkey;Brian Buchner 

Gabriel Ruiz;Adrian Maxwell;Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 
Re: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 


Hi Sgt. Geaney, 

Thank You for the information and follow up. I have included the OWB HOPE Sergeant as well. The UHRC 
identified that Rapid Response has been conducted six times at Carlos and Tamirand in the past several weeks 
and visited by the OWB HOPE Team. Do you know if these rodents have been removed from the location 
already and if not the exact location of them? 

Brian, can you coordinate a discussion with LASAN to help strategize this location in the ABH Zone? 

Thank You all in Advance, 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Shannon Geaney 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 3:48:46 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Sean Starkey 

Cc: Gabriel Ruiz 

Subject: Fw: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 

LT, 

When we did the CSLA clean up last week (after NOT having done a clean up since October in this area) I was 
STUNNED by the amount of rodent feces (I am no biologist but I am certain that's what it was) that was left 
behind on the sidewalk. It was VERY VERY obvious that there is a massive infestation in the area. Bureau of 
Sanitation did not bring a power-washer and the area was weakly (not WEEKLY) sprayed with a garden sprayer 
with some bleach solution. 

I implore the decision makers to recognize this for the public health hazard it is. It is clearly now affecting the 
apartment dwellers in a much more than anecdotal or inconvenient way. We need to conduct regular clean¬ 
ups at our entrenched encampments to stem this infestation. 


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Please advise on the availability of a CSLA slot or Rapid Response Team that can address Carlos and Tamarind 
and the nearby Gower and the 101 which is equally unhealthful. 

Respectfully, 

Sgt Geaney 


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From: Gil Maclang|_ 

Sent: Friday, February 8, 2019 4:33 PM 
To: Dan Halden 

Cc: Shannon Geaney; Michael Benavente 
Subject: New Tents On Tamarind Avenue 


Hi Dan, 


We are again seeking your help in containing the expanding encampment on Tamarind Avenue. It started with 
one little tent last week and now has grown to 5 tents and some of them directly across our front gate and 
building. Yesterday, our electricity box was broken into (see attached photo) with the occupants of the big 
tent across our building as the main suspects. I didn't have the time to sit and review the camera for that day 
which I believe would not matter anyway if I attached a snapshot of the person who vandalized it. The point is, 
we are under siege and we are helpless and defenseless against the homeless population creeping into the 
little space we call our front yard. As I mentioned in my earlier email, bad things happen whenever these 
transients are camped out close to our building. And that is just the immediate threat we are facing. With the 
news of typhus scare affecting city hall employees, it made us realize that some of the building residents next 
to the encampment on Carlos Avenue and Tamarind Avenue may already be suffering from the disease 
without knowing it. I have recently received complaints from two residents of the presence of mice in their 
units. I have attached photos of dead rat/mouse to prove my case. This has never happened before and for 
the first time I had requested our pest control company for treatment and traps. Even roaches that can be 
seen crawling in and around our building are carriers of deadly diseases. These transients don't have toilets 
and trash bins and because no one is regulating the disposal of their waste they discard them in the most 
unhealthy way.The cul-de-sac area where the planters are located is probably serving as their toilet now - 
who's to stop them. 

So please, we are appealing to you and everyone out there who can help us. We will only feel safer if 
Tamarind Avenue remains tent free. Now that the rains have stopped, we hope you can do something to 
prevent it from getting worse than it already is. 

Thank you. 

Gil 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 2:42 PM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Subject: Fw: Winter Shelter Venice Skateboard Park - Athens Park, First To Serve; 70+ Shelter 

Guest's Abandoned Daily...Not honoring their ad on LAHSA's winter shelter website... 

Hi Brian, 

Please see the below E Mail. We forwarded it to Matthew. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Kathleen Hutton <kathleen.hutton@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 2:00 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subject: Fwd: Winter Shelter Venice Skateboard Park - Athens Park, First To Serve; 70+ Shelter Guest's Abandoned 
Daily...Not honoring their ad on LAHSA's winter shelter website... 


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.Forwarded message 

From: Eric Mizrahi| 

Date: Tue, Feb 12, 2019 at 12:28 PM 

Subject: re: Winter Shelter Venice Skateboard Park - Athens Park, First To Serve; 70+ Shelter Guest's 
Abandoned Daily...Not honoring their ad on LAHSA's winter shelter website... 

To: < emdcommunications(g>lacitv.org > 


2/12/2019 

re: Winter Shelter Venice Skateboard Park - Athens Park, First To Serve; 70+ Shelter Guest's Abandoned 
Daily...Not honoring their ad on LAHSA's winter shelter website... 

Dear All, 

I need your help. 


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Over 70+ Winter Shelter Guest's are being abandoned at The Venice Skatepark Bus Location daily via the 
Winter Shuttle Bus when we stay at The Athens Park Gymnasium. 

First To Serve is only sending 1 Bus & 1 Van that will accommodate 65 people, when they usually send "3 
buses" that can accommodate 150 people daily when we stay at The Santa Monica National Guard Armory. 

Jose' The Bus Security Guard, said they only send one bus due to the cost of Gas. Leaving us stranded at the 
Venice Beach Skatepark with no transportation. His recommendation is to try and take a public bus and walk 
up to The Athens Park Gymnasium even know the rules say "No Walk-Ups Allowed". 

If possible could First To Serve & LAHSA find a way to transport us to Athens Park as with only one bus 
everyone is desperate and the Venice Skatepark Bus Waiting Area turns into a madhouse when folks are 
cutting in line and are not patient, - knowing they will be abandoned at The Venice Skatepark if they don't get 
on the one bus to Athens Park - like they did this past weekend when it rained outside... and Shelter guests 
had to find a place to sleep outside at Venice Beach illegally and The Santa Monica Public Library Court-Yard 
or take a public bus and walk up to The Athens Park Shelter...Does LAHSA have bus funding to help First To 
Serve purchase gas for 3 bus trips? - As First To Serve advertises on LAHSA's 2018-19 Winter Shelter Site that 
"all participants will be transported to an alternate location" when The National Guard needs the Armory for 
drills... 

Thank You for your prompt attention to this serious matter. 

Sincerely, 

Eric R. Mizrahi, Winter Shelter Participant 


V A 


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EMERGENCY 

MANAGEMENT 

DEPARTMENT 


"IN OMNIA FARATUS 1 


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Kate Hutton 

Emergency Management Coordinator, PIO 
Emergency Management Department 

Phone: (213) 484-4894 
Mobile: (213) 507-7395 
Website: emergency.lacity.org 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, February 11, 2019 12:52 PM 

Brian Buchner;Matthew Tenchavez;Danielle Maldonado 

Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi;Jerald 
Case 

Re: 101 underpass laurel canyon (Stuidio City) 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below response from Dianna Gonzalez a Clerk from LAS AN: 

"Hi Danielle, 

Thank you for the request. Gabriel & Leon are also the point of contact for CD 2. 

This location was scheduled for this past Saturday 2/9 - but was not serviced due to the rain. 

I am hopeful that CD 2 will reschedule this location on their next day of service which is 2/20. They 
are also scheduled for tomorrow, but locations have been posted therefore, we cannot add additional 
locations". 

I also know that Sergeant Case and his team responded to this location recently and conducted Rapid 
Response where the majority of items were removed. We will continue to monitor. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, February 11, 2019 10:39 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Matthew Tenchavez; Danielle Maldonado 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 

Subject: Fwd: 101 underpass laurel canyon (Stuidio City) 

Forwarding the below email chain. Please make this a priority location and keep me posted on the progress so I 
can report back. 


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Thanks. 


Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-2334 


forwarding email below we need help from your office to get this area cleaned up and allow 
students to travel to and from school safely. It bad enough that our city has turned into a 
portable toilet can we not make school zones a safe area? The mayors office needs to do more 
to ensure that our kids don't have to step over human waste and needles or be harassed on 
their way to and from school? Its getting worse not better because your administration permits 
it. LAPD is doing as much as they can but they need the support from your office to help. I have 
communicated with Chief Moore about this location many times which is 500' from Campbell 
Hall and not far from Carpenter Avenue Elementary. Politics and humanitarian issues aside 
residents have had enough especially considering nearly 1-7 shelter beds goes empty on most 
days. 

Appreciate your help we need this area cleaned up immediately. 

Rgs 


Glen Rocklin | Health Solutions Medical Products Corp. 
Culver City, CA 90231-4278 


'rivacy 




www.sinuoulse.com 


From: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 

Sent: Friday, February 08, 2019 11:25 AM 

To: Michel Moore ; Donald Graham ; Craig Valenzuela 

Cc: Kris Pitcher ; David Delgado ; Shawn Smith ; Jerald Case 

Subject: Re: 101 underpass laurel canyon (Stuidio City) 

4533 Laurel Cyn, Studio City CA 91604 near Campbell Hall and Carpenter Avenue Elementary 


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Absolutely ridiculous that nothing can be done to protect these kids and provide them with a 
safe passage too and from school (Campbell Hall, Carpenter) here in Studio City. They should 
not have to practically step in the street or walk single file to avoid harassment, human waste 
and needles when they travel to and from school. I hear from many parents that now choose 
to drive their kids to school to avoid this area. This location needs to be cleaned up and 
properly monitored and it is not. I will reach out to Chris Miller as well with Garcetti's office. 
My last conversation with the mayors office was that school zones will be prioritized and they 
may even start to enforce the camping ban given 1 in 7 shelter beds routinely go unused. Even 
with the limitations and bad legislation these encampments violate so many other areas like 
the 60 gallon rule and daytime limits. There are things that can be done they just aren't unless 
folks like myself make a nuisance of ourselves. 


I can be reached at 


Privacy 


for follow-up 


Sent from Iphone 
From: Michel Moore 

Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2019 12:47 PM 

To: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions ; Donald Graham ; Craig Valenzuela 
Cc: Kris Pitcher ; David Delgado ; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 

Thank you... please continue to petition for additional sanitation services.. 


From: Craig Valenzuela 

Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2019 12:45:24 PM 

To: Michel Moore; Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions; Donald Graham 

Cc: Kris Pitcher; David Delgado; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 


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Chief Moore, 


I wanted to update you on the status of what's happening at Laurel Canyon/101 Freeway. 

We've had personnel go to this location on at least four different occasions since 
Sunday. Monday was the only time there was a person there. The Senior Lead for the area 
made contact and is working on that. SLO Smith is following up with that homeless woman 
today. But, most of the problem is related to unattended grocery carts full of stuff, blankets 
and other items. 

Sgt. Case advised me that they were off yesterday and that Sanitation has Rapid Response only 
doing spot cleaning this week and that clean up will happen Wednesday. 

I've talked to the SLO and he is going to continue to keep very consistent tabs on what is 
happening there and addressing through what he can do and the use of HOPE. 

Finally, the HOPE team has visited the location every week at the direction of Deputy Chief 
Pitcher in order to check for activity and take all enforcement and informal means necessary to 
address the problem. 

Please let me know if you need anything else on this. 

Thank you 
Craig 


From: Michel Moore 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 1:19:33 PM 

To: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions; Donald Graham; Craig Valenzuela 
Cc: Kris Pitcher; David Delgado; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 

Criag 

Please update on status next week 


From: Craig Valenzuela 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 1:14:05 PM 

To: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions; Donald Graham 

Cc: Kris Pitcher; Michel Moore; David Delgado; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 

Mr. Rocklin, 

I've made contact with the HOPE Team and the Senior Lead for the Area asking to check the 
location and take action. 

Craig 


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From: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 6:49:03 PM 
To: Donald Graham 

Cc: Kris Pitcher; Michel Moore; David Delgado; Craig Valenzuela; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 


I am planning to visit with folks at Campbell Hall next week and will look at the site myself I 
don't believe it is abandoned. Thx again 

glen 

From: Donald Graham 

Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 2:04 PM 

To: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 

Cc: Kris Pitcher ; Michel Moore ; David Delgado ; Craig Valenzuela ; Shawn Smith 

Subject: Re: 

Indeed. I thank you again for your willingness to partner with us to help our retail community 
harden their target so I can commit more NHWD resources to crime prevention. Detective Ron 
Lee will be reaching out to you shortly. 

Two of my SLOs went by the encampment again today and the attention over the last few days 
has resulted in it's apparent abandonment. They requested sanitation to clean up the remains. 

As you know, this problem has not only affected Studio City and VENTURA Blvd, but also much 
of our community. We are working at engaging every resource that will partner with us to 
alleviate the problem. We just met Tuesday with regional managers from LA County Dept of 
Mental Health, The Los Angles Housing Services Authority, LA Family Housing and The San 
Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center. We developed a communications protocol 
to ensure faster response from those entities into North Hollywood to give us the best chance 
of getting people off the street. 

We will continue to leverage relationships and work in the field to mitigate this catastrophic 
situation as best was we can. Information from you and your constituents is always the best 
source of intel. A clean and fully leased VENTURA Boulevard is in all of our best interests. We 
continue to be committed to that end state goal. 


DG 


Captain Donald R. Graham, Jr., MBA 

Commanding Officer 

North Hollywood Area 

Los Angeles Police Department 

11640 Burbank Boulevard 

North Hollywood, CA 91601 

(818) 754-8300 

www.lapdonline.org 

Follow me on Twitter @Dongrahamjr 


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From: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2019 10:29 PM 
To: Michel Moore; David Delgado; Donald Graham 
Cc: Kris Pitcher 

Subject: Re: 

Don, Great touching base with you today and covering the issues. Please send me the info on 
the retail burglaries and your recommendation and we will try and get the retailers in question 
including Home Depot to implement improved theft mitigation efforts. In the meantime we 
have to get aggressive clean-up of the homeless situation at 4500 Laurel Cyn under the freeway 
in the few days since I last emailed you and a week since first emailing Captain Valenzuela 
about the return of the homeless at this location we now have a small encampment on the 
opposite side (eastside) of Laurel Cyn under the freeway but will only get bigger if nothing is 
done and its not frequently monitored. We need your folks to be vigilant on this issue until 
they get the message its best to move along and wont be tolerated near the school and not on 
Ventura Blvd. I am hoping to try and reschedule my travel plans for Chief Moore's Town hall but 
may not be possible. Studio City is being overrun and really needs more resources to help with 
the monitoring and enforcement of this homeless situation which is a serious threat to the 
safety and health of the community. It also doesn't help the flow of traffic when folks stop to 
look and take photos at a very busy access point to the freeway where congestion is already 
heavy and the intersection is routinely blocked. Please send contact info for Sgt Chase as well I 
don't have it. 

Thanks again! 

glen 

From: Michel Moore 

Se nt: Thursday, January 10, 2019 9:37 AM _ 

; Donald Graham ; Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 

Cc: Kris Pitcher 

Subject: Re: 

Kris 

Please advise actions taken in last 30 days... 

Thank you 
Mike 


From: Glen Rocklin - Health Solutions 
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 9:05:25 PM 

To: "Craig Valenzuela"Donald Graham 
Cc: Kris Pitcher; Michel Moore 

Subject: 

Following up on homeless encampment at 4500 block of Laurel Cyn near Campbell Hall under 
her 101 freeway on the west side of Laurel Cyn. This is the same homeless encampment that I 
reported last month and took about 2 weeks to get cleaned up and is already back with the 


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same folks growing in size each day as they set up "home" again. Like graffiti this is not a "one 
and done" your department has to be vigilant and committed to this issue and recognize the 
community decay and crime it helps drive. We have cleaned up over 100,000 incidents of 
graffiti in the area over the past 30 years because we are vigilant. As a result we have kept the 
area relatively cleaner than most but it takes considerable effort. We are doing our best to get 
the community out to Chief Moore's Town Hall with Krekorian and hope this will be an issue 
that is brought up. 

In the meantime please get the area cleaned up and stay vigilant do your best to advise these 
folks the area residents will not permit it and will keep reporting these encampments big and 
small. Chief Moore asked for a plan in response to my original December Email is there one? I 
don't think officers can simply ignore these sites when they drive by them daily. It seems if we 
don't report them nothing gets done. Another encampment at 11400 Riverside Dr under the 
170 freeway is an area that students have to walk going to the various schools. Area 
stakeholders like myself refuse to give up and do nothing. 

Don, FYI I followed up with retail management and leadership at Sephora (Gregg Ardizone) and 
Urban outfitter (Trish Donnelly) they are willing to try and do their part to help the community 
concerns as they need community support for their operations. However, they wont have 
their employees go to court on company time or put them in harms way. What exactly can 
they do to help? 


Glen Rocklin, COO | Health Solutions Medical Products Corp. 
Culver City, CA 90231-4278 

.654.2739 



www.sinupulse.com 


Craig Valenzuela Sun, Jan 6, 7:26 PM (3 days ago) 
to me, Donald, Kris, Shawn 

Agreed. And, as best as we can, we try to deal with, manage or remove in a lawful manner. 
I'll work with our folks to take a look at this and ensure we do what we can. 


Craig 



Sun, Jan 6, 6:55 PM (3 days 


Studio City Development < 


ago) 

to Craig, Donald, Kris, Shawn 

Some pics attached it always starts out with s small few and grows larger because it's not 
addressed early. 


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Thanks Craig better to deal with it while it's a small few before it grows to a larger encampment 
which is what happened last month before they cleaned it up originally. Vigilance is needed to 
keep them from returning its much like graffiti which we work tirelessly on before they get the 
message it will not be tolerated. Thanks again we will continue to monitor the area as well. 


Donald Graham Thu, Dec 20, 2018,11:10 AM 

to me, Kris, Craig, Shawn 

Glenn, 

The OVB HOPE team has cleaned up the encampment that you identified. Thank you for 
providing that intel. We continue to be vigilant along VENTURA due to the proximity of The 
Boulevard to the wash and the 101 Freeway. 

As we discussed at our meeting earlier in the year, we could really use help in convincing some 
of these corporate retailers that it is in their best interest to listen to us about operational 
changes to help them stem losses. 

For instance, we have 2 trendy retailers, Sephora and Urban Outfitters, who have arranged 
their stores to be just havens for thieves and every time we talk to them it's always the same 
story, "Corporate won't go for that..:" 

Any insights you Amy provide to us would be helpful. We tried to have a symposium here and, 
despite social media, flyers, emails and in person invitations, we only had 10 of the literally 
thousands of business interests in NHWD attend. 

I look forward to our partnership in 2019! 

DG 

Captain Don Graham, Jr., MBA 

Commanding Officer 

North Hollywood Area 

Los Angeles Police Department 

11640 Burbank Blvd 

North Hollywood CA 91601 

(818) 754-8300 

www.lapdonline.org 

Follow me on Twitter @Dongrahamjr 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Saturday, February 09, 2019 10:45 AM 
Brian Buchner;Danielle Maldonado 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Gabriel Miranda;Domingo Orosco 
Re: 45-day calendar for LAPD Rampart Division 


Hi Brian, is the 45 Day Calendar the CSLA calendar? 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Saturday, February 9, 2019 10:21 AM 
To: Danielle Maldonado 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Gabriel Miranda; Domingo Orosco 
Subject: Re: 45-day calendar for LAPD Rampart Division 

Circling back on this request from Captain Lopez. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 3:00 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buctmer@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Danie, 

Can you please send the 45-day calendar (through March) to LAPD Captain A1 Lopez from Rampart Division? 
He's asking to help plan his deployment needs. 

His email is: 30243@lapd.online 


Thanks. 


Brian 


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a - 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-2334 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & Street Strategies 

Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-2334 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, February 07, 2019 6:10 AM 
Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 


Investigatory 


Hi Commander and Brian, 


Please see the below arrest information. 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


D 


Investigatory 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 
Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 4:22 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subjectl 


Investigatory 


Hi LT, 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


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Investigatory 



Suspect: Jamal Webster DOB:06/23/75 

Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Office Of Operations 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 




From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, February 07, 2019 6:05 AM 

Matthew Tenchavez;Danielle Maldonado;Katie Montgomery;Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Marco Ramirez;Arturo Siguenas 

Re: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 


Thank You Matthew, 


Danie and Katie, are you able to check AMS and see if there is a scheduled clean up and how many times 
LASAN has been there over the past few months? 

Art, your team has been out to this location multiple times and I appreciate it. Please continue to do so as much 
as you can. We will also reach out to the Area Captain and SLO to ascertain what assistance they may need. 

Brian, please see the below string of E Mails. Is it possible you can reach out to the Council District and get 
more clarity on their efforts and “study” that was mentioned? 

Thank You All, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Matthew Tenchavez <mtenchavez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 4:40 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Marco Ramirez 

Subject: Fw: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 


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fyi 



Response Center Manager, 
Access & Engagement 


Matthew A. Tenchavez 


Unified Homelessness 


LOS ANGELES 


HOMELESS Department 
SERVICES 

AUTHORITY Los Angeles Homeless Services 


Authority (LAHSA) 

811 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th 
Floor 

Los Angeles, CA 90017 
Cell: 

Tel: 213-797-4577 

Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: mtenchavez@lahsa.org 

www.lahsa.org 


This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent 
responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying 
of this communication is strictly prohibited. Be aware that most communications with LAHSA are subject to disclosure under the 
California Public Records Act. if you received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this 


communication or by telephone a\ 


\. Thank you. 


From: Victor Hinderliter 

Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 4:29 PM 

To: Michael Castillo 

Cc: Donald Holt; Nathaniel VerGow; jramirez@ceo.lacounty.gov; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: FW: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 


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Hi Michael, 


Yes, our HOPE HET was there this Monday, 2/4, with the HOPE officers. Looking back, I can see that our NELA 
and HOPE teams have been conducting outreach at this location at least since April - sometimes with LAPD, 
LASAN and/or LADOT. We have had mixed success with engagements at this location. 

In early January, the City had a CSLA comprehensive clean-up there, for which we performed outreach in 
December. In May of last year, multiple RV's were towed from this location. 

I am adding Matthew Tenchavez, our UHRC Manager, who can help coordinate any City services that are being 
requested at this location. He'll bring this up at UHRC tomorrow. 

Thank you. 


LAHSA 


LOS ANGELES 


Victor Hinderliter 

Associate Director, Access and Engagement 

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 
811 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th Floor 


homeless Los Angeles, CA 90017 
SERVICES 

AUTHORITY Tel: 21 3-225-6577 
Fax: 213-892-0093 


Email: vhinderliter@lahsa.org 
www.lahsa.org 


This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent 
responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying 
of this communication is strictly prohibited. Be aware that most communications with LAHSA are subject to disclosure under the 
California Public Records Act. If you received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this 
communication or by telephone at 213-225-6577 . Thank you. 


From: Donald Holt 

Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2019 11:43 AM 
To: Victor Hinderliter <vhinderliter@lahsa.org> 

Subject: Fwd: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 


FYI 


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Sent from my iPhone 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: "Michael Castillo" < mcastillo(5)ceo.lacounty.gov > 

To: "Nathaniel VerGow" < nvergow(5)la hsa.org >, "Donald Holt" < dholt@lahsa.org > 

Cc: "Gerardo Ramirez" < jramirez@ceo.lacounty.gov > 

Subject: FW: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 

Nathaniel/Donald, 

Hello. Do you know if outreach/engagement is being conducted at the location described in 
the email below? This is in the City of LA so the CEO-LASD-LAHSA protocol does not apply; 
further, this is not an issue for HOST or their HETs. 

Thanks, 

Michael 

From: LA County Homeless Initiative 
Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 4:45 PM 

To: Michael Castillo < mcastillo@ceo.lacounty.gov >; Gerardo Ramirez 
< jramirez(5)ceo. lacounty.gov > 

Subject: FW: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 

Hi Michael and Jerry, 

Please see email below. 

Thanks, 

Ani 

Ani Yeghiyan | Homeless Initiative 


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County of Los Angeles | Chief Executive Office 
500 West Temple, Suite 493 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Office: 213.974.6807 

Celh^^^^H 

Email: ayeghiyan(5)ceo. lacounty.gov 
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From: BigArt Labs <|_ 

Sent: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 4:39 PM 

To: San Call Center < san.callcenter(5)lacitv.org >; Officer Perez Watch Commander 
< 27628(5>lapd.online >; Jaime Gonzalez < 35970(5)lapd.online >; Matthew Casillas 
< matthew.casillas(a)lacitv.org >: councilmember.huizar(5)lacity.org; mayor.garcetti(5) lacity.org; 
mayor.helpdesk@lacity.org; LA County Homeless Initiative < homelessinitiative(g> lacounty.gov > 


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Cc: Kenny Abney <|_ 

Subject: Re: Clover Street meth village now tapping power poles and hydrants 


Once again we are absolutely furious after yet another fruitless conversation with Matthew 
over at former Councilman Jose Huizar's office regarding the "Clover St. Meth Village". As usual 
our concerns and frustrations are met with pat answers such as, "We will look into that" or "We 
will follow up on that" or "We are working on a solution" or "We are waiting to hear back 

from_", (fill in the blank with the name of any other ineffectual or worse yet, 

disempowered city department that is slowly kicking the political hot potato up or down the 
hall). 


After OVER A YEAR OF CALLS AND EMAILS, we still haven't received any real help from the city 
that address actually stopping this problem on our street. There has been little progress AND 
NO LASTING RESULTS! 


The RV encampment is still here. Piles of rotting garbage, tarps and tents are still blocking 
public access on the sidewalks. 


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More piles of human shit daily and a pervasive stench of urine. More needles. More drug deals. 
More screaming. More violence and fighting, (now with pipes, 2x4's, machetes, chains etc). 
More trespassing. More theft from our property and our tenant's cars. More people 
complaining. More 911 calls. 

Now the power poles have been illegally tapped to distribute stolen power to the RV's and 
tents via a cobbled web of extension cords crossing the street and/or laying in water. What 
water isn't coming from the rain, is a result of the runoff from the fire hydrant that has been 
opened up to create a water manifold of garden hoses via a soda bottle jammed into it. We call 
LAFD Station 1 to come over and recap the fire hydrant so often now that they know us by 
name. 

And even though we have purchased a motorized gate with a timer and a security key code 
entry, installed video survailence cameras everywhere, put up official LAMC no trespassing 
signs, and doubled our outdoor lighting, it's not enough. The crazy meth heads living on our 
sidewalk still continue to trespass on our property, even so far as coming up the stairs into our 
offices and screaming at us. We are losing businesses because people are afraid to be here. 

WHAT CAN BE DONE?? 

We have been asking for no parking signs, specifically, "no parking from 2-6am signs" for over a 
year now! That's it, parking signs!!!! 

LAPD has written two letters to this effect on our behalf. The last one was hand delivered to 
Mathew by Senior Lead Officer Perez months ago. The HOPE unit in an act of ultimate futility 
comes to disperse this mess every few weeks, and essentially act as room service, only to watch 
it all come back within hours because there are no signs enabling them to enforce the already 
existing city code LAMC 85.02 that prevents vehicle dwelling on our street. 

When we ask Mathew if anyone over at the city other than Police and Fire are actually doing 
their jobs, we get canned answers meant to appease and deflect. 

Matthew, just now, said they: "have to do another study". 


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Add the attached photos to the pile of complaints. 


Big Art Labs 


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On Tue, Nov 6, 2018 at 10:44 AM BigArt Labs <1 


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|> wrote: 


Attached are photos of today's RV's, 3 of them, expanding tent city, a new car with no plates, 
and the silver SUV belonging to the trespasser we filed charges against. Multiple tenants have 
seen the chain wielding trespasser in one of the tents. I also checked our 311 app, and all of 
the trash removal tickets have been cancelled, see attached picture of the mountain of 
trash. Ironically, the graffiti removal ticket is still open, even though we have a nice new coat 
of white paint on our black fence. 


Please send the HOPE unit back again, 
thanks, 

Christine 


On Thu, Aug 16, 2018 at 12:55 PM BigArt Labs < 


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> wrote: 


ATTN: Call Center with LACity.org : 

The pending My311 tickets are: 

SRI-1114123778 for Grafitti Removal and SR#1-1063270520 for Homeless 
Encampment. Both at 651 Clover Street, Los Angeles, 90031. 


Though several police cars and a DOTTrash truckcame down yesterday, as of this morning 
there are still piles of trash and items for bulky item pickup, and the area by the Graffiti has a 
tent, barrels and boxes of trash and rubbish (photos attached), and on the other side of the 
street is a 10x20 shelter surrounded by trash and other tents next to the RV's. 


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Please schedule a pickup as soon as possible. 
-Christine Nash 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Emada Tingirides 


Monday, February 04, 2019 4:30 PM 
Brian Buchner 


Danielle Maldonado;Carolyn Cook;katrina.montgomery@lacity.org;Reiner Reich 


Subject: 


Bolor;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew 
Fw: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 


Hi Brian, 


I am following up on this E Mail, sorry for the delay. Danie, can you help with this location. Carolyn checked 
the AMS and there were no Clean Ups pending that she could identify. This location is most definitely a CSLA. 

Thank You all in advance. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:25 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; danielle.maldonado@lacity.org; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Fwd: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Can we please have the below two Metro locations calendared for CSLA cleanups in the next few weeks? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 
Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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Begin forwarded message: 


From: "Loew, Jennifer" < LoewJ(5)metro.net > 

Date: January 31, 2019 at 11:13:54 AM PST 
To: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 

Cc: Michael Padilla < 31244(5)lapd.online >, "Burrell Garcia, Joyce" < BurrellGarciaJ(5)metro.net >. 
"Babayan, Lena" < BABAYANL(5)metro.net >. "Branstetter, Brady" < BranstetterB(5)metro.net > 

Subject: RE: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Thank you so much Brian! Here are direct locations of Divisions 1 & 2—site information and 
photographs. Please let us know how we can help the City along in any clean up and 
enforcement efforts where appropriate. 

Thank you, 

Jennifer 


• Division 1 Employee Parking Lot - 1130 E 6th St. LA. CA: Located at 6 th 

o Identified October of 2018 

o Encampments located on sidewalks adjacent to employee parkinc 
o Safety & public health issue, reported by division personnel 
o Estimated number of individuals: 25-35 



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• Division 1 Bus Facility - 1130 E 6 th St. LA. CA: Located on Industrial SI 

o Identified March of 2016 

o Encampment located on Industrial Street sidewalk outside Divisi 
o Safety & public health issue, discovered during routine site insps 
o Estimated number of individuals: 3-6 



• Division 2 Bus Facility - 720 E 15 th St. LA. CA: Located at Griffith Ave/E 1 

o Identified October of 2017 

o Encampment located on 15th Street sidewalk outside Division peri 
o Safety & public health issue, discovered during routine site inspect 
o Estimated number of individuals: 4-6 



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Jennifer E. Loew (Formerly Brogin) 

LA Metro 

Manager, Transit Security Special Projects 
System Security and Law Enforcement 
213.922.3646 W 



metro.net | facebook.com/losangelesmetro | @metrolosangeles 

Metro provides excellence in service and support. 


From: Brian Buchner f mailto:brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org1 
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:04 AM 
To: Loew, Jennifer < LoewJ(5> metro.net > 

Cc: Michael Padilla < 31244(5)lapd.online >; Burrell Garcia, Joyce < BurrellGarciaJ(5)metro.net > 
Subject: Re: Metro Priority- Divisions 1 and 2 

Yes, we can absolutely help out. Can you let me know the exact locations and I'll work to get 
them on the calendar. 

Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 
Office of Mayor Eric Ga rcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^B 


On Jan 31, 2019, at 10:40 AM, Loew, Jennifer < LoewJ(5)metro.net > wrote: 

Brian: 

We have been in discussions with Sgt. Padilla, whom I will include here in, but I 
also want to reach out to you directly related to Divisions 1 and 2 which are bus 
divisions around the skid row area. These locations have tremendous employee 
interface, however, the sidewalks have been overtaken by the homeless. Is there 
any way that we can expedite a clean-up at these location sites? Our employees 
are becoming very frustrated that the encampments and waste have been there 


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for years and fear for their health and safety. Metro would otherwise be willing 
to clean these locations, but we are constrained as they are not our property. 

Thank you, 

Jennifer 

Jennifer E. Loew (Formerly Brogin) 

LA Metro 

Manager, Transit Security Special Projects 
System Security and Law Enforcement 
213.922.3646 W 



metro.net | facebook.com/losangelesmetro | @metrolosangeles 

Metro provides excellence in service and support. 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, February 04, 2019 9:51 AM 

To: 

Marco Ramirez;Brian Buchner;Matthew Tenchavez 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Citizens asking for help in Schrader Zones 


Thank You for the information Marco. Brian and Matthew please see the below information. Do you think 
that we could discuss with Sanitation regular checks by them in the immediate areas of the three schools and 
the park to identify hazardous materials, or possibly obtain Sharps containers? Matthew, can we have your 
teams conduct more Outreach and perhaps suggest that the unsheltered individuals move to a location 
further away from the schools and also do another round of educating them about blocking the sidewalk 
especially before and after school? 

Please let me know your thoughts and suggestions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Friday, February 1, 2019 3:15 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Citizens asking for help in Schrader Zones 
Hey Lt, 

I received some troubling information from a Acting SLO, and a Patrol Officer about Carlos / Tamarind, & 
Schrader Zone. They were told that the preschool located on 1781 La Baig has been having problems with the 
homeless. Parents are afraid to walk their children to and from school due to copious amounts of urine, 
feces, drug paraphernalia, and person's lying on the sidewalk throughout the day. I was informed by the 
Acting SLO that the school has now lost funding due to decreased enrollment caused by the 
homeless. The homeless are congregating near the Kindergarten Facility and have grown exponentially. Trash 
and debris are now in the street and the citizens are begging for help. 

In addition we have Selma Ave between Cherokee Av & Schrader Bl (Schrader Zone). There is currently 3 
schools in a one block radius from the Bridge Home. The Acting SLO informed me that some of the parents 


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from the Elementary schools no longer utilize the sidewalks as much, due to being afraid of the 
homeless. There are a few encampments just east and west of Selma Elementary. There are several 
homeless individuals who occupy Selma Park on a daily basis from sunset to sunrise. Parents and Children no 
longer utilize the park due to bulky items and hazards such as; urine, feces, and drug paraphernalia currently 
on the playground. 

Is there any way we can help? 


Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Office Of Operations 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:41 PM 
Simran Sandhu;brian.buchner@lacity.org 
Re: SALUS and the Rain 


Hi Simran, 

Thank You so much for the information. 

Take Care and Stay Dry. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Sandhu 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 1:59 PM 

To: brian.buchner@lacity.org; Emada Tingirides 

Subject: SALUS and the Rain 

Hello Brian and Emada, 

I hope all is well. I wanted to make sure you received our tips on how SALUS can support you during the rains (please 
see below). Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or require support. 


Dear SALUS Users, 

Here are 5 ways SALUS can help you prepare for and manage rain-related impacts today and throughout the weekend: 

1. Add the rain-related data in your SALUS Map Tool - Use the Add Data Widget and search for "Rain". ( User 
Guide, p. 7) You'll find real-time data related to Precipitation; Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories; 
Stream Gauges; and more. You will also find the USGS 2018 Post-Fire Debris Flow data. Check your Add Data 
widget frequently, as new data may be available throughout the next several days. 

2. Analyze and Identify Impacted Populations and Critical Infrastructure - Use the Situational Awareness Widget 
to analyze areas with high precipitation, risk of debris flow, and weather warnings. ( User Guide, Page 7) 

3. Map road closures, deployed resources, and other plans - Use the Event Editor to add symbols and 
corresponding data to your map. ( User Guide, p. 4) 

4. Change your basemap - Different basemaps can help you visualize and communicate your plans. ( User Guide, p. 
13) 

5. Share your maps - Ask your SALUS Administrator to filter and share your maps using the Sharing Wizard. ( SALUS 

Sharing Wizard User Guide) 


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Questions? Email 
Stay dry! 

-SALUS Team 


or call (310) 


Simran Sandhu 

Program Manager 


:HSAC 

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Homeland Security Advisory Council 

5670 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550 
Los Angeles, CA 90036 
Office: (310) 1 


Privacy 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 1:14 PM 

To: Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 

Subject: Rain Day Outreach- LAPD Off Road Unit 

Hi Commander and Brian, 

Please see the below photos and information on the LAPD’s Off Road Unit efforts today in preparation for the 
rain over the next few days. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: David Steussie <31529@lapd.online> 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 12:59 PM 

To: Matthew Tenchavez 

Cc: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: Rain Day Outreach 


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From: Matthew Tenchavez <mtenchavez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:20:58 AM 
To: David Steussie 
Cc: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Rain Day Outreach 

• Elysian Park 

• Radio Hill 

• LA River/Los feliz Blvd (west of Los Feliz Golf Course) 

• LA River/ 134 Fwy 

• LA River/Riverside Dr. 

• LA River/ Barham Blvd 

• LA River/Broadway 
. LA River/110 

• Arroyo Seco/ Ave 19 

Currently, Sgt Siguenas from HOPE Central (with HET support) along with Sgt. Alberca from Off-Road Unit is 
doing flood warnings. These are locations they currently going to this morning. 

. N Broadway/LA RIVER 

• Cesar Chavez E. Chavez/LA RIVER 

• Washington Blvd/LA River 

• San Fernando Rd/110 

• Ave 19/Arroyo Seco 

• Ave 26/Arroyo Seco 

• Ave 52/Arroyo Seco 

• Ave 60/Arroyo Seco 

• In Front of Arroyo Seco Golf Course/Arroyo Seco 



Response Center Manager, 
Access & Engagement 


Matthew A. Tenchavez 
Unified Homelessness 


LOS ANGELES 

h 0 M E L E S S Department 
SERVICES 

AUTHORITY Los Angeles Homeless Services 


Authority (LAHSA) 


811 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th 


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Los Angeles, CA 90017 
Cell: 

Tel: 213-797-4577 

Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: mtenchavez@lahsa.org 

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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 9:55 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 

Re: 01/29/2019 El Pueblo Arrest 


Hi Brian 


I am not sure if it was a business or a residence. I will inquire and let you know. 
Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 9:01 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: 01/29/2019 El Pueblo Arrest 

Thanks, Emada. What's a "locked unit" at that location? One of the buildings?? 

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 8:38 PM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 
Hi Commander and Brian, 

Please see the below information on an arrest that occurred in the El Pueblo Zone. 
Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


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From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 4:39 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Matthew Tenchavez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: 01/29/2019 El Pueblo Arrest 


At approximately 1230 Hours Officers were flagged down by a citizen 


Investigatory 



The Suspect identified himself as Bethurum, Christopher DOB 

02/20/1989. Bk#5533487 lnc:190129002096 He was arrested for 664 - 459 P.C. Attempt Burglary. 


1. Matthew can you verify if the Suspect has been contacted by LAHSA or is currently in the ABH? 


Thank you 


Respectfully, 


Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, Homelessness Operations & 
Street Strategies 
Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 8:39 PM 
Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 
Fwd: 01/29/2019 El Pueblo Arrest 


Hi Commander and Brian, 


Please see the below information on an arrest that occurred in the El Pueblo Zone. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 4:39 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Matthew Tenchavez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: 01/29/2019 El Pueblo Arrest 



The Suspect identified himself as Bethurum, Christopher DOB 

02/20/1989. Bk#5533487 lnc:190129002096 He was arrested for 664 - 459 P.C. Attempt Burglary. 


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1. Matthew can you verify if the Suspect has been contacted by LAHSA or is currently in the ABH? 


Thank you 

Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2019 7:32 AM 

To: Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 

Subject: Fwd: FYI for Heavy-Medium Duty Tow 

Attachments: BOPC Heavy-Medium DutyTow.pdf 


Hi Commander and Brian, 

Please see the below E Mail string. LA Sanitation and our HOPE Teams have had difficulties with OPG and 
other City contracted tow companies when it comes to "pumping the septic tank". If the RV is not leaking and 
appears to be in good condition it can be towed. Yesterday Ross Baker Town refused to impound an RV that 
was not leaking (verified by LA Sanitation at scene). This vehicle was marked by DOT for the 72 hour warning 
and had expired registration. After 3 hours of going back and forth with the Tow company, the owner was 
allowed to utilize AAA and had the vehicle towed. 

HOPE Officers were at scene and did not want to get into a dispute with the tow company. Brian, do you 
know if the City has had discussions with the Tow company regarding this practice? HOPE teams have 
expressed challenges with this and when they reserve space for the tow, the companies are refusing to take 
unless the sewage is removed. It would be great if we could follow up and reiterate with the contracted Tow 
Companies or is this something we need to discuss with our Commission Investigative Division? 

Thanks in Advance, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Robert Chellew <37991@lapd.online> 

Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 3:43 PM 
To: Hector Pereida 

Cc: Jerald Case; Emada Tingirides; Damon Bergeron; Freddie Nuno 
Subject: FYI for Heavy-Medium Duty Tow 

This is what was relayed to all Sanitation personal, it should be known for all OPG personnel as well. 


Per: Gonzalo Barriga M.S. 


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Hello Everyone, 


There has been questions lately regarding RV request for tank pump outs. Here the information/policy on this 
topic. 

Please be advised we have worked out a policy with the Police Commission and the Tow companies early last 
year (2017). A correspondence was sent out to all LAPD Commanding Officers from the Police Commission 
(see attached). We are to follow the policy/procedure. Below is the excerpt from the policy that pertains to 
health hazards/haz-mat. 

Note: regarding RV sewage tanks, if it is not leaking it does not require a response LASAN-WPD. If it leaks 
when it is moved by tow we can re-evaluate. 

Note: any leaking RV's (sewage, petroleum products, chemicals) will initiate an immediate response (same 
day) from LASAN-WPD. 

Note: regarding RV fires, LASAN-WPD can perform a health hazard assessment (service response times 
depends on resources). 


When an Officer responds to a situation which requires a heavy or medium duty tow which 
contains health hazards such as leaking sewage or significant vermin, lice, fleas, roaches, or 
uncontaincd hazardous waste, officers shall immediately contact Communications Division. 
The Communications operator will contact Sanitation at (800) 974-9794, and a Sanitation 
supervisor will respond prior to requesting an OPG to the location. 

In these circumstances, the Department of Sanitation is responsible for mitigating these hazards 
prior to the request lor service from an OPG. 


Regards 

Gonzalo Barriga M.S. 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 


Thank you. 

Police Officer II Robert Chellew, Serial No. 37991 
Unified Homelessness Response Center 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, Ca., 90012 
213-310-3740 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Saturday, January 19, 2019 12:18 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Fwd: Venice Locations 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below communications between WPD and the UHRC regarding our efforts on incoming 
complaints of RV’s. This protocol seems to work. When we discussed measures or matrixes for DOT/UHRC 
thus far this is how we are tracking them. Maybe we could send this info to DOT and they create follow 
ups? Not sure, but wanted to share with you. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Carolyn Cook <carolyn.cook@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 3:18 PM 

To: Marco Ramirez; Danielle Maldonado; Katrina Montgomery 

Cc: Adam Smith; Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew; Matthew Tenchavez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Salvador Rosales 
Subject: Re: Fw: Venice Locations 

Thanks so much for this everyone! Here’s what my Emergency Response (ER) partner Adam Smith and I 
observed today at each address provided (note - for today's purposes we were on patrol for active 
leaks/discharges & health hazards only); 


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1) 1216 E Rose Ave 90291 & parameter of Penmar Park - WPD observed several parked RVs but none leaking 

2) 2488 S Coolidge Ave 90064 - WPD observed two parked RVs, neither leaking 

3) 1408 S Linden Ave 90291 - no porta potty found by WPD; active construction site nearby (Danielle, if this 
was an AMS Service Request this can be closed out) 

4) 685 E Westminster Ave 90291 - no RV found by WPD (this SR can be closed out in AMS if that was the 
source) 

5) 2005 S Lincoln Blvd 90291 - WPD observed a beige and blue (not green) parked RV on Venezia Ave near 
address; RV not leaking 

If any of you get notified by citizens, businesses, LAPD Officers or other concerned parties regarding any type 
of non-encampment-related illegal dumps, active sewage (or other) discharges, abandoned hazardous waste, 
syringes, etc - especially chronic places - feel free to let me or anyone in WPD know about it and we will 
dispatch an ER team to investigate as soon as possible. In addition to 311, anyone at UHRC can also feel free 
to submit these types of complaints via the lasan enforcement email at lasan.enforcement@lacity.org :) 

Sincerely, 

Carolyn Cook 

On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 8:57 AM Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> wrote: 


Respectfully, 


Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 

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Los Angeles, CA 90012 


From: Danielle Maldonado < danielle.maldonado(5)lacitv.org > 
Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 8:29 AM 
To: Marco Ramirez; Katrina Montgomery 
Subject: Venice Locations 

Locations for WPD. 


DANIE MALDONADO 


CITY OF LOS ANGELES 


LASAN and Environment 
UHRC Representative 



Carolyn Cook 

Environmental Compliance Inspector 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone:213-219-2700 
Carolyn. cook@ lacity.org 



^ Please consider the environment before printing this email 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Saturday, January 19, 2019 11:08 AM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Marya Mason;Adrian Maxwell;Jerald 
Case;Arturo Siguenas 

Fwd: Spot Cleaning of Comprehensive CSLA HE Cleanups for Next Week 


Hello All, 


Due to the Census Homeless count next week LA Sanitation will be conducting Spot Cleaning only for CSLA’s 
and Rapid Response locations. Please see the below information from Pepe Garcia of LA Sanitation. 

Thank You to all of the HOPE Teams for being flexible this past week with the UTLA Strike and some of your 
teams assisting with locations outside of your Bureau. We appreciate your dedication and commitment to the 
public health of our communities. 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Katrina Montgomery <katrina.montgomery(5)lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 4:12 PM 

To: Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Fwd: Spot Cleaning of Comprehensive CSLA HE Cleanups for Next Week 


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FYI 


-Forwarded message- 

From: Jose P. Garcia <j ose.garcia@dacity.org > 

Date: Fri, Jan 18, 2019, 2:27 PM 

Subject: Spot Cleaning of Comprehensive CSLA HE Cleanups for Next Week 

To: Gabriel Miranda < gabriel.miranda@lacity.org >, Russel Zamora < russell.zamora@lacity.org >, Janice 
Murray <janice.murray@lacity.org >, Domingo Orosco < Domingo.Orosco@lacity.org >, Jonelle Gardea 
<i onelle. gardea@lacity.org > 

Cc: Cecelia Shackelford < renee.shackelford@lacity.org >, Richard Young < richard.x.young@lacity.org >, 
Bladimir Campos < bladimir.campos@lacity.org >, Sarah Washington < sarah.bell@lacity.org >, Enrique 
Zaldivar < enrique.zaldivar@lacity.org >, Lisa Mowery < lisa.mowerv@lacity.org >, Gonzalo Barriga 
< gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org >, Howard Wong < howard.wong@lacity.org >, Steven Pedersen 
< steven.pedersen@lacity.org >, Marisela Reyes < marisela.reyes@lacity.org > 


Good afternoon, LAHSA has been tasked with fulfilling a census (homeless population count) throughout the 
City. Our comprehensive CSLA cleanups may disrupt LAHSA's ability to accurately gather this valuable data. 
Rather than to displace, distribute and or cause an interruption to this process, spot cleaning will be the best 
approach. 

That being said, CSG will be asked to communicate this to the CD's affected. Any and all cleanup scheduled for 
next week will be "Spot Clean Only" 

1/22 = CD1, CD9, CD7 
1/23 = CD13, CD6, CD11 
1/24 = CD4, CD 14, CD 15 

Above are the CD's affected for HE cleanups next week, please advise the CD reps of this change. 

Gathering this data is valuable, on behalf of LAHSA, please inform the CD's how much we appreciate their 
cooperation. 

Please report back which CD's have been notified. 

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Katrina Montgomery 
Environmental Officer 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone: 323-342-6154 
Katrina.montgomerv@lacity.org 

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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, January 18, 2019 2:16 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 
Re: A Bridge Home 


Roger That, 


Reiner, we can look at this next week and create something on Salus that works for CD 15. Have a Great 
weekend! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 2:09 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: A Bridge Home 

Thanks, Emada! That’s why it’s great you’re involved. Let’s discuss next week because I’m not clear on the 
answers your questions, which are the right questions to be asking! 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



On Jan 18, 2019, at 2:00 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 


The map is sort of confusing. The streets are not very clear from the map and it looks like some 
of the area East is LA County Sheriffs. Is she including Imperial Courts inside the SECZ 
Zone? They utilize their own HACLA Maintenance for cleaning and trash removal. Sorry for 


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all the questions, trying to gain a better understanding for this ABH Site and Zone to better 
educate the OSB HOPE Team. 

Thanks Brian! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@dapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 11:55 AM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Fwd: A Bridge Flome 

Hi Reiner, 

Can we please map this out in SALUS and discuss at the UHRC next week? See the attached 
photo. Exact boundaries of CD15’s proposed Focus Area at the Imperial Highway site are 
described in Gaby’s email below. 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Friday, January 18, 2019 2:01 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner;Reiner Reich Bolor 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: A Bridge Home 


Hi Brian, 


The map is sort of confusing. The streets are not very clear from the map and it looks like some of the area East 
is LA County Sheriffs. Is she including Imperial Courts inside the SECZ Zone? They utilize their own 
HACLA Maintenance for cleaning and trash removal. Sorry for all the questions, trying to gain a better 
understanding for this ABH Site and Zone to better educate the OSB HOPE Team. 

Thanks Brian! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 11:55 AM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Fwd: A Bridge Flome 

Hi Reiner, 


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Can we please map this out in SALUS and discuss at the UHRC next week? See the attached photo. Exact 
boundaries of CD15’s proposed Focus Area at the Imperial Highway site are described in Gaby’s email below. 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, January 17, 2019 7:19 PM 
Brian Buchner;Gita 0'neill;Dominic Choi 
Fwd: Civic Center 


Hi Everyone, 


Please see the below E Mail and information from SLO Helper regarding the Civic Center. Gita, do you thi nk 
we should do a training with City employees that work at the Civic Center? 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Monica Helper <37443@lapd.online> 

Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2019 4:56 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Civic Center 

Thank You for all your help today, greatly appreciative, that Hope and LAHSA were out here and doing 
outreach. When I got back from a meeting at Central Library, I decided to do a walk-thru to see who of a 
local residents were left around 1600 hrs.. I also met with the film crew security and gave them my contact 
information. At the time 2 employees from City Attorney Office, they said they work in the Central filing team. 
Came out with two full chafing tray with waffles, cake, and other items and decided they were going to feed 
the homeless. I asked them to take to shelter and donate there or to take to the Homeless Center on the Los 
Angeles Side and donate to them to distribute. I explained it does not help us, when were trying to make 
this place a sanitary place for our employees, when they come down and feed the homeless, this just attracts 
them to the civic center and the food they leave behind then attracts more rodents, they ignored me and still 
fed them. 


Monica Helper 

Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 
Security Services Division 
201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 2:06 PM 

Brian Buchner 

For Conference Call 

UTLA STRIKE.docx 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 10:11 AM 
Brian Buchner;Danielle Maldonado;Matthew Tenchavez 
Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 
Re: Two locations for UHRC 


Hi Brian, 


Danie has requested the Trash Bins for Venice and Globe on January 8th and the 11th, as well as the Tamarind 
and Carlos location. We will keep you posted on delivery dates. Our OWB HOPE Team has been out to Venice 
and Globe and I have requested that Pacific Division continues to address this location. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 9:53 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Danielle Maldonado; Matthew Tenchavez 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 

Subject: Re: Two locations for UHRC 

Have we re-engaged at Venice & Globe, including delivering a dumpster or roll-away bin? Thanks. 


Brian 


On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 11:12 AM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 

Thanks for your help at the Venice location. St. Joseph's Center was really appreciative! 

Where are we with re-engaging at Venice & Globe? Especially with dropping a roll-away bin there as soon as 
next week? 

The Council Office is asking for an update. 


Brian 


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Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) —I 


On Jan 8, 2019, at 8:54 PM, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Team UHRC, 

Here are two locations for us to address: 

1) Hampton and Rose in Venice, in front of and around St. Joseph's Center—I spoke with the 
Executive Director of SJC today and she told me they're feeling frustrated at the number and 
size of the encampments around their facility, although they're mostly focused on the 
overwhelming amount of trash. Can we do a spot cleaning there ASAP and find ways to visit 
the site regularly to keep the trash and encampments at a minimum. Attaching images they 
took today. There are some clear ADA issues that can immediately be addressed. 

2) Venice and Globe—the Council Office has asked that we revisit this area, including regularly 
delivering a roll-away bin to the location, beginning next week. Back when the UHRC focused 
on this area, SAN delivered a bin there for a 24-hour period each week. I'd like to start doing 
that again. The Council Office expressed the location got much worse when we stopped 
intensely focusing on it. I think we can and should get more enforcement support from Pacific; 
according to Hannah at CD11 they don't feel like they've gotten great support from the SLOs 
or Division more generally at that location. In many other ways they're very happy with Pacific 
and Captain Setzer. 

Happy to discuss either or both of these requests. 

Thanks. 

Brian 

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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 9:01 AM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Matthew Tenchavez 

RRT in the Enhanced Schrader Zone 01/16/19 


Hi Brian, 

LAPD's OWB HOPE Team will be conducting Spot Cleaning just outside the Enhanced Areas of the Schrader 
Zone and potentially one location in the Enhanced Schrader Zone. LAHSA Outreach workers will be alongside 
the Officers and I have discussed this with Matthew from LAHSA. Please let me know if you have any 
questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 4:28 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Matthew Tenchavez;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
El Puente 


Hi Brian, 

Overtime Officers working in El Puente observed an encampment on fire in Father Serra Park. LAFD 
responded and extinguished it. There were no injuries and no one claimed to be the owner of the 
encampment. There were no other issues in El Puente today. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 10:37 AM 
Brian Buchner 

Jose P. Garcia,'Danielle Maldonado,'Monique Contreras;Robert Chellew;Matthew 
Tenchavez 

Re: CSLA/ RRT - Jan 9, 2019 


We will do our best going forward. Oftentimes the Outreach has been completed but the AMS is not updated. 
Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 10:30 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Jose P. Garcia; Danielle Maldonado; Monique Contreras; Robert Chellew 
Subject: Re: CSLA / RRT - Jan 9, 2019 

Okay, thanks Emada. Going forward can we make sure the confirmation sheet doesn't go out with outdated 
information? If they were authorized, then the confirmation sheet shouldn't indicate they are missing a LAHSA 
signature. 


Brian 


On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 10:28 AM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

All 5 of the locations were signed off by LAHSA and approved for the CSLA's to occur today. LHSA confirmed 
these locations this morning. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 


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Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 10:20:04 AM 

To: Jose P. Garcia; Danielle Maldonado 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew 

Subject: Re: CSLA / RRT - Jan 9, 2019 

Hi Pepe and Danielle, 

Can you help me understand why there were a total of 5 locations included on today's confirmed CSLA list 
(attached) that were not authorized? Each was missing a LAHSA signature so they shouldn't be confirmed and 
definitely not posted. Were these locations posted? Did they eventually receive a LAHSA signature? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 8:44 AM Robert Chellew <37991@lapd.online> wrote: 


Police Officer II Robert Chellew, Serial No. 37991 
Unified Homelessness Response Center 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, Ca., 90012 
213-310-3740 


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Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma ~ ' "Sarcetti 

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Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 10:28 AM 
Brian Buchner;Jose P. Garcia;Danielle Maldonado 
Monique Contreras;Robert Chellew 
Re: CSLA/ RRT - Jan 9, 2019 


Hi Brian, 


All 5 of the locations were signed off by LAHSA and approved for the CSLA's to occur today. LHSA confirmed 
these locations this morning. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 10:20:04 AM 

To: Jose P. Garcia; Danielle Maldonado 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew 

Subject: Re: CSLA / RRT - Jan 9, 2019 

Hi Pepe and Danielle, 

Can you help me understand why there were a total of 5 locations included on today's confirmed CSLA list 
(attached) that were not authorized? Each was missing a LAHSA signature so they shouldn't be confirmed and 
definitely not posted. Were these locations posted? Did they eventually receive a LAHSA signature? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 8:44 AM Robert Chellew <37991@lapd.online> wrote: 


Police Officer II Robert Chellew, Serial No. 37991 
Unified Homelessness Response Center 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, Ca., 90012 
213-310-3740 


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Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)BMM8I 




From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 10:08 AM 
Daniel Harty;Mayor UHRC;Morgan Sutton 

Hector Pereida;Jerald Case;Lorraine Diaz;Danielle Maldonado;mtenchavez@lahsa.org 
Re: Re Help for Residents 


Hi Daniel, 


Thank You so very much for your efforts at this location. Much Appreciation for you and the entire LA 
Sanitation Team. You guys ROCK!! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Daniel Harty 

Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 9:27:52 AM 
To: Mayor UHRC; Morgan Sutton 

Cc: Hector Pereida; Jerald Case; Lorraine Diaz; Emada Tingirides; Danielle Maldonado; mtenchavez@lahsa.org 
Subject: Re: Re Help for Residents 


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From: brian.buchner@lacity.org <brian.buchner@lacity.org> on behalf of Mayor UHRC <uhrc@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 11:56:17 AM 
To: Morgan Sutton 

Cc: Hector Pereida; Jerald Case; Lorraine Diaz; Emada Tingirides; Danielle Maldonado; mtenchavez@lahsa.org; Daniel 
Harty 

Subject: Re: Re Help for Residents 
Hi Morgan, 

The UHRC will also continue to track and monitor this location. 

Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


On Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 9:23 AM Daniel Harty <41155@lapd.online> wrote: 

I advised Lorraine on this location last week. My partner and I towed the large trailer on Friday. All of the 
items that are in the photos were unloaded from the trailer. I advised the “owner” that he was now in violation 
of 56.11 and sanitation would be returning. Will we keep up with it. 

Officer Harty #41155 
LAPD OVB HOPE Team 

Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton@lacity.org > 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 8:57 AM 
To: Mayor UHRC 

Cc: Daniel Harty; Hector Pereida; Jerald Case; Lorraine Diaz 
Subject: Fwd: Re Help for Residents 

Good morning UHRC, 

I hope this email finds you well. 

The CD2 field office and LAPD HOPE Officers have diligently worked with LAHSA and any departments to 
remedy the situation at this location. Please see the below photos we received from a resident on this street 
from this weekend. 


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This is 6700 Satsuma Ave, 91605, just South of Vanowen St. 

I have CC’ed the HOPE Officers, and the field deputy in our office, Lorraine Diaz. Please feel free to reach out 
to our office if you are able to help in any way. We've had numerous clean ups, but it seems the situation has 
only continued to build. The individuals have tarped off a large section of the street/sidewalk now. 

Thank you, 


Morgan Sutton | Caseworker 

LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian, District 2 

Office: 818.755.7676 

www.paulkrekorian.org 

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From: Roxana 

Date: Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 11:59 AM 
Subject: Re: Re Help for Residents 
To: Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton@lacity.org > 


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On Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 11:21 AM Roxana 
Good morning Morgan, 


wrote: 


I would like to know when I can have a meeting with your office regarding the clean up of 6700 Satsuma. 

I have been working really hard with city 311, LAPD, but I believe we are still in desperate need of our 
councilman. 

My boss is in the process of selling due to our non stop vacancies because our residents are extremely afraid 
of our area. 

I appreciate your immediate attention to this serious matter. 

I have attached a few pictures 

Thank you 
Rox 

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 11:09 AM Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton@lacity.org > wrote: 

Good morning Roxana, 

Thank you for contacting Councilmember Paul Krekorian's "Help for Residents" portal. My name is 
Morgan, caseworker for the North Hollywood Field Office. I hope this email finds you well. 

Would you mind calling our office at your earliest convenience? I will be happy to help with the concerns 
you brought up regarding homelessness around 6700 Satsuma, as well as a multitude of other issues you 
included. 

I am available Monday through Friday 9am-5pm. I look forward to hearing from you soon. 

Best, 



Morgan Sutton | Caseworker 

LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian, District 2 

Office: 818.755.7676 

www.paulkrekorian.org 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, January 08, 2019 8:35 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 

Cc: 

Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

DOT 


Hi Commander and Brian, 


Today at our 0830 UHRC Briefing Captain Nuno from DOT advised that today would be their last day at the 
UHRC and that they would be available by E Mail Request or phone calls. 


I am not sure if you were aware. Thanks Much, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, January 08, 2019 4:35 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
Re: Penmar Park Area 


Roger, we will coordinate with RAP and advise the Area SLO to keep us posted on potential installation dates. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Dominic Choi 

Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 4:27:58 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Brian Buchner 
Cc: Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Re: Penmar Park Area 


Emada, 


I believe SLO Acosta is concerned about Penmar Park and the increase in homeless at the park. As for Fredrick 
and Rose, lets make sure we don't inadvertently have a rapid response during the planter construction. The 
optics would be bad. Maybe we can leverage RAPs from the UHRC to spend some time at Penmar Park. 

Thanks, 

Dominic H. Choi, Commander 
Homeless Coordinator 
Office of Operations 
(213)486-6050 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 3:58:50 PM 

To: Dominic Choi 

Cc: Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Fw: Penmar Park Area 

Hi Commander, 

Please see the below information from a Senior Lead Officer in Pacific Division regarding neighborhood efforts 
to place planter boxes in the area of Fredrick and Rose. I am going to respond to the 


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E Mail advising the SLO that LAHSA has been to this location multiple times to include today. The OWB HOPE 
Team was also at this location today and continue to monitor. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 3:45 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 

Subject: Fw: Penmar Park Area 

fyi 

Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


From: Adrian Acosta 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 7:46 AM 

To: Marco Ramirez 

Cc: Brian Morrison; James Setzer; Kevin Lowe 
Subject: Penmar Park Area 

Marco - Good morning! I hope this email finds you well. I want to alert you to an issue that could be brewing 
in the area of Penmar Park. Through neighborhood efforts over $80k dollars have been raised for a 
beautification project in the area of Frederick and Rose. Although I don't know when the actual construction 
will begin I'm concerned that the individuals that are currently there will find their way to Penmar Park. We're 
already seeing this taking place with a few individuals that have been migrating from the beach area. I know 
that several emails have been sent to Ranger Torres asking for some increased patrols and enforcement but I 


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also wanted you to be aware so that hopefully you can allocate some resources to the area - UHRC, HOPE, 
LAHSA, etc. 

Please let me know your thoughts. 


Thanks, 

Adrian 

Adrian D. Acosta, #37285 
Pacific Area Senior Lead Officer 
Los Angeles Police Department 
310.622.3973 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, January 07, 2019 2:15 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Re: Alameda Corridor Transit Authority Encampments 


Hi Brian, 


I am not aware of a clean up at this location today. I can ask Sergeant Padilla form MTA's HOPE Team if he is 
aware of this. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 2:08:42 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Matthew Tenchavez; Danielle Maldonado; Gita O'neill 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 

Subject: Fwd: Alameda Corridor Transit Authority Encampments 

Hi Emada, 

Can you please look into this and see if anything happened at the Nadeau location today? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


-Forwarded message- 

From: Michael Castillo < mcastillo@ceo.lacounty.gov > 

Date: Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 11:55 AM 

Subject: RE: Alameda Corridor Transit Authority Encampments 

To: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org >, Christina Miller < christina.rniller@lacity.org > 

Cc: Dominic H Choi <32350@lapd.online>, Gerardo Ramirez <jramirez@ceo.lacounty.gov >, Meg Barclay 
< meg.barclav@lacity.org >, Phil Ansell < PAnsell@ceo.lacounty.gov > 


Brian, 


Hello and Happy New Year. Sorry for the delayed response, I’ve been on vacation with intermittent access to 
emails. 


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I’m happy to read that the City does not support “storing items in the open.” It seems that there was some 
miscommunication along the way with the efforts to address the Nadeau encampment. Before leaving for 
vacation a couple of weeks ago I was able to confirm that the ACTA will have storage containers at the ready 
tomorrow at Nadeau. 


I am our contact for this issue and the ACTA contact is Manny Hernandez. Manny’s emails address is 

He is very accessible and starts his work day at 6 AM. Let me know if you need 
additional information from me or if I can assist further in any way. 


Michael 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 1:52 PM 
To: Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacitv.org > 

Cc: Dominic H Choi <32350@lapd.online>; Michael Castillo < mcastillo@ceo.lacounty.gov >; Gerardo 
Ramirez <jramirez@ceo.lacounty.gov >; Meg Barclay < meg.barclay@lacity.org >; Phil Ansell 
< P Ansell@ceo. lacounty. gov > 

Subject: Re: Alameda Corridor Transit Authority Encampments 
Thanks, Christina, for looping us in. 

Michael, that is an incorrect understanding or interpretation of the City's policies and procedures under LAMC 
56.11. We do not store people's property "on site in the open" under any circumstances. We have dedicated 
storage sites across the City where we store all impounded property. When an individual needs access to their 
property, we deliver it directly to them within the hour no matter where in the City they are. 

Please let us know who from your office and ACTA we should work with to address the encampments at 
Nadeau on January 7th. Coordination on the City side will occur through the Unified Homelessness Response 
Center. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 7:42 AM Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacity.org > wrote: 

Thank you Michael for the summary of activity in this area. I am including Brian and Commander Choi so we 
can follow up on our side. 

On Thu, Dec 20, 2018 at 9:48 AM Michael Castillo < mcastillo@ceo.lacounty.gov > wrote: 

Christina/Meg, 

Hello, hope this finds you well (sorry for the long email). On November 21, 2017, the Board of Supervisors 
approved a motion instructing the CEO, LAHSA, and other stakeholders to develop a plan with the Alameda 
Corridor Transit Authority (ACTA) to develop a plan to address homeless encampments along the Corridor; 
attached is the Board report developed by our Office based on planning efforts with the aforementioned 
entities. This email serves to provide you with information on work done to date to address the encampments 
and to share some recent developments: 

For the past 13 months Measure H funded outreach teams have conducted outreach at the various 
encampments along the Corridor, the most impacted and populated location is the Nadeau St. 


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encampment. In addition to the engagement by the outreach teams the LASD Homeless Outreach Services 
Team (HOST) has also engaged our homeless neighbors living at said encampments, the HOST has mostly 
focused on Nadeau. 

The teams have had a lot of success over the 13 months connecting folks to services, benefits, shelter, 
housing, family reunification, etc. Four of the 5 encampments (see map attached to Board report) no longer 
exist, however the Nadeau location continues to be inhabited. Most of the original dwellers at Nadeau are no 
longer living at the location, but a new group of inhabitants are now at the location. In November, I presented 
to the ACTA Board informing them of what’s been accomplished to date and I submitted a recommendation 
to allow for more intensive engagement for another 6 to 8 weeks at the Nadeau site, which the Board agreed 
to. 

It is not the practice of Measure H funded teams to “shuffle” our homeless neighbors from one location to 
another, but instead to work with them where they are. That said, because of the dangerous circumstances at 
Nadeau given the proximity to the railroad tracks it was recently decided that the Nadeau site must be 
closed. A clean up at the Nadeau site is scheduled for January 7 th and at that time the ACTA will begin 
erecting a fence that cannot be breached to permanently close the site. I received a report yesterday infonning 
me that there are 20 people at the Nadeau site remaining and the hope is that those individuals will accept 
services/shelter prior to January 7 th . The plan is for intensive outreach and engagement to continue through 
January 7 th and outreach teams as well as HOST to be on site on January 7 th . 

This week, on Monday, I was informed by the ACTA that the Nadeau site is City of LA property and that the 
ACTA must follow City Ordinance 56.11 in addressing the encampment (see attached email thread which 
begins with a December 4 th email from the City Attorney to the ACTA). We, myself, Lt. Deedrick, and 
Measure H outreach supervisors, were informed that the plan under 56.11 would call for tearing down all 
structures and leaving them on the site for 90 days, i.e., store them on site in the open, which we feel is 
somewhat inhuman and could lead to a lawsuit. 

Lt. Deedrick, HOST lead, and I infonned the ACTA that if this is the plan Measure H funded outreach teams 
and the HOST cannot be on site on January 7 th . As of Monday, Lt. Deedrick and I have had two 
conversations with ACTA staff and the ACTA staff subsequently informed their executive director of our 
need to pull back if the plan is store items on site, in the open. ACTA has since agreed to change the plan 
back to the original agreement, i.e., bring in storage units to store all personal items for up to 90 days that 
cannot be moved on January 7 th . In addition, Lt. Deedrick and his team have been talking to the homeless 
persons on site at Nadeau this week to identify personal items versus trash and they’ve taken record of said 
conversations. This record will allow the cleaning crew to easily separate trash from personal items on 
January 7 th . 

Again, I apologize for the long email but Phil and I felt it was important to share all this information with you 
in the event you were not aware of what’s been happening at Nadeau and what will take place over the next 
couple of weeks. Let me know if you have any questions or if you’d like to discuss this matter. 

Thanks, 

Michael 


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Deputy Mayor, City Homelessness Initiatives 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
christina.miller@lacitv.org 

Office: 213-978-1140 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|MM 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, January 07, 2019 1:02 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Fw: Hazardous Waste and RV parked in the red- Carlos Street/La Baige Ave Hollywood 
Resized_20190107_113302_5146.jpeg 


Hi Brian, 

Just an FYI. This vehicle is in the Sharder Zone and has to be addressed. Keeping you in the "Sharder Loop" © 
Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 12:54 PM 

To: damon.bergeron@lacity.org; freddie.nuno@lacity.org; Salvador Rosales; Carolyn Cook 
Cc: Cesar Corona; Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Danielle Maldonado 
Subject: Hazardous Waste and RV parked in the red- Carlos Street/La Beige Street Hollywood 

Hi Lieutenant Bergeron. I just received a phone call from Senior Lead Officer Corona from Hollywood 
Division. He is Code 6 at Carlos Street and La Beige on an RV parked in a No Parking Zone and it is leaking 
hazardous waste (using the shower as a toilet). There was one individual Run-away inside who has ben 
returned to her family. 

Carolyn or Sal, are we able to get WPD to respond to the location to address the leak? Once that is done Lt. 
Bergeron; are we able to secure towing for today. The RV is parked in front of a school? If this is not able to 
happen today; can we set something up in the very near future? 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 


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(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


Privacy E Privacy 


Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 12:32 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: 

Illegally parked at no parking zone 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, January 07, 2019 12:17 PM 
Mayor UHRQDanielle Maldonado;mtenchavez@lahsa.org 
Marco Ramirez;Reiner Reich Bolor;Robert Chellew 
Re: Re Help for Residents 


Hi Brian, 


Roger That. Danielle is in the process of creating a point on that map so that she can create a Work Order; she 
also advised that she would also prioritize this location. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: brian.buchner@lacity.org <brian.buchner@lacity.org> on behalf of Mayor UHRC <uhrc@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 11:54 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Danielle Maldonado; mtenchavez@lahsa.org 
Subject: Fwd: Re Help for Residents 

See below. Can we monitor or track this location? 

.Forwarded message- 

From: Daniel Harty <41155@lapd.online> 

Date: Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 9:23 AM 
Subject: Re: Re Help for Residents 

To: Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton(5) lacity.org >. Mayor UHRC < uhrc@lacity.org > 

Cc: Hector Pereida <41308@lapd.online>, Jerald Case <36032@lapd.online>, Lorraine Diaz 
< lorraine.diaz@ lacity.org > 

I advised Lorraine on this location last week. My partner and I towed the large trailer on Friday. All of the 
items that are in the photos were unloaded from the trailer. I advised the "owner" that he was now in 
violation of 56.11 and sanitation would be returning. Will we keep up with it. 

Officer Harty #41155 
LAPD OVB HOPE Team 


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From: Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton(5)lacitv.org > 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 8:57 AM 
To: Mayor UHRC 

Cc: Daniel Harty; Hector Pereida; Jerald Case; Lorraine Diaz 
Subject: Fwd: Re Help for Residents 

Good morning UHRC, 

I hope this email finds you well. 

The CD2 field office and LAPD HOPE Officers have diligently worked with LAHSA and any departments to 
remedy the situation at this location. Please see the below photos we received from a resident on this street 
from this weekend. 

This is 6700 Satsuma Ave, 91605, just South of Vanowen St. 

I have CC'ed the HOPE Officers, and the field deputy in our office, Lorraine Diaz. Please feel free to reach out 
to our office if you are able to help in any way. We've had numerous clean ups, but it seems the situation has 
only continued to build. The individuals have tarped off a large section of the street/sidewalk now. 

Thank you. 


Morgan Sutton | Caseworker 

LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian, District 2 
Office: 818.755.7676 
www.paulkrekorian.org 

Q •• H 

.Forwarded message- 

From: Roxana < 

Date: Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 11:59 AM 
Subject: Re: Re Help for Residents 
To: Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton(5)lacitv.org > 



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On Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 11:21 AM Roxana 
Good morning Morgan, 

I would like to know when I can have a meeting with your office regarding the clean up of 6700 Satsuma. 

I have been working really hard with city 311, LAPD, but I believe we are still in desperate need of our 
councilman. 

My boss is in the process of selling due to our non stop vacancies because our residents are extremely afraid 
of our area. 

I appreciate your immediate attention to this serious matter. 

I have attached a few pictures 

Thank you 
Rox 

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 11:09 AM Morgan Sutton < morgan.sutton(a)lacitv.org > wrote: 

Good morning Roxana, 

Thank you for contacting Councilmember Paul Krekorian's "Help for Residents" portal. My name is Morgan, 
caseworker for the North Hollywood Field Office. I hope this email finds you well. 

Would you mind calling our office at your earliest convenience? I will be happy to help with the concerns 
you brought up regarding homelessness around 6700 Satsuma, as well as a multitude of other issues you 
included. 

I am available Monday through Friday 9am-5pm. I look forward to hearing from you soon. 

Best, 


wrote: 


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Morgan Sutton | Caseworker 

LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian, District 2 

Office: 818.755.7676 

www.paulkrekorian.org 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, January 07, 2019 10:06 AM 
Brian Buchner;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew 
Danielle Maldonado;Matthew Tenchavez 
Re: Any UHRC activities today? 


We are sending over the information now. Sorry for delay. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, January 7, 2019 9:59:34 AM 
To: Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Danielle Maldonado; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Any UHRC activities today? 

Even if it's helping to coordinate outreach, etc. in or along the River or elsewhere. Thanks. 


a 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma " "Sarcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Saturday, January 05, 2019 4:24 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Arturo Siguenas;Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 


Great, Thanks Brian!! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Saturday, January 5, 2019 3:20 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Arturo Siguenas; Monique Contreras; Dominic Choi; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 

Just added it to my calendar. I’ll be there! 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 

On Jan 5, 2019, at 12:01 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 
Thank You Art, 

We will definitely have UHRC Representation at the meeting. 



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Brian, please see the below string of E Mails, Hector Vega has been coordinating resources to 
address the River area in Mitchell O’Farrell’s District and David Ryu’s. There has been a 
drive/walk through of the area and another meeting is scheduled for January 17, 2019 at their 
District Office. Will you be able to attend? 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas < 33808@lapd.online > 

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 3:22 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras 

Subject: Fw: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 

Lt, 

This is going to be the follow-up meeting for the river. I will keep you posted on the date, but it 
might be a good idea to send someone from the UHRC. 


Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach & Proactive Engagement (HOPE) 
(323) 342-4151 
33808 @LAPD.online 


From: Mary Rodriguez < marv.d.rodriguez@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 3:11 PM 
To: Hector Vega 

Cc: Leopoldo Rey; Kelly P. Howard; lsaunders@lahsa.org; Albert Torres; Michael Affeldt; Howard Wong; 
Monterrubio, Luis@DOT; Amy Perkins; Manuel Durazo; BLADIMIR CAMPOS; Eric Nguyen; Lujan, Nicolas 
J@DOT; Nicolas.R.Figueroa@usace.army.mil; Arturo Siguenas; Jose Mendez; Fernando Gomez; 
Hernandez, Marcoz@DOT; Allen.A.Aguas@usace.army.mil; Phil Serpa Sr SPL; Gonzalo Barriga; LaKesha 


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Williams; Victor Hinderliter; Rachel Fox; Steve.palma@dot.ca.gov; Gabrielle Taylor; Gina Paialii; Steven 
Pedersen; Lenning Davis; Pearl Cortez; Donald Holt; RAP RangerCommunications; 
eddie.walker@dot.ca.gov ; iesus.padilla@dot.ca.gov; | S,. ; .a-ov; 

Subject: Re: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 

Thank you all for your responsiveness. 

Thursday January 17th at 9am at our district office, 1722 Sunset Blvd., works best for 
everyone. 

I will send a calendar invite to everyone on this list. It is very important that one representative 
from each group attend; 

CD13 
CD4 
NELAPD 
City Attorney 
LASAN 

Watershed Protection 

RAP 

MRCA 

USACE 

LAHSA 

Caltrans 

LADWP 

HOPE Team 


Mary D. Rodriguez 

Field Deputy 

Silver Lake, Atwater Village & LA River 
Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 

1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 
Phone (2131 207-3015 | Desk (2131 207-3021 
Fax (2131 207-3031 | www.cdl3.org 

marv.d.rodriguezOlacitv.org 


On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 2:42 PM Hector Vega < hector.vega(5)lacity.org > wrote: 

Hello All, 

Thank you to those who joined us this morning for our drive through. Attached is the 
sign in sheet that went around so that we all have everybody else's contact information. 

Mary and I will be following up soon to set up a time to sit down and discuss ways we 
can work together to address the issues around the LA River. 

Happy Holidays! 

Best, 


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MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


Hector Vega 

Field Deputy (Elysian Valley & Glassell Park) 

Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 
1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 

Phone (213) 207-3019 | Fax (213) 207-3031 | www.cdi3.lacitv.org 

noras 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Saturday, January 05, 2019 12:02 PM 

To: 

Arturo Siguenas;Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 


Thank You Art, 


We will definitely have UHRC Representation at the meeting. 

Brian, please see the below string of E Mails, Hector Vega has been coordinating resources to address the 
River area in Mitchell O’Farrell’s District and David Ryu’s. There has been a drive/walk through of the area 
and another meeting is scheduled for January 17, 2019 at their District Office. Will you be able to attend? 

Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas <33808@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 3:22 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras 

Subject: Fw: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 

Lt, 


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This is going to be the follow-up meeting for the river. I will keep you posted on the date, but it might be a 
good idea to send someone from the UHRC. 

Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach & Proactive Engagement (HOPE) 

(323) 342-4151 
33808 @LAPD.online 


From: Mary Rodriguez <mary.d.rodriguez@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 3:11 PM 
To: Hector Vega 

Cc: Leopoldo Rey; Kelly P. Howard; lsaunders@lahsa.org; Albert Torres; Michael Affeldt; Howard Wong; Monterrubio, 
Luis@DOT; Amy Perkins; Manuel Durazo; BLADIMIR CAMPOS; Eric Nguyen; Lujan, Nicolas J@DOT; 
Nicolas.R.Figueroa@usace.army.mil; Arturo Siguenas; Jose Mendez; Fernando Gomez; Hernandez, Marcoz@DOT; 
Allen.A.Aguas@usace.army.mil; Phil Serpa SrSPL; Gonzalo Barriga; LaKesha Williams; Victor Hinderliter; Rachel Fox; 
steve.palma@dot.ca.gov; Gabrielle Taylor; Gina Paialii; Steven Pedersen; Lenning Davis; Pearl Cortez; Donald Holt; RAP 
RangerCommunications; eddie.walker@dot.ca.gov; jesus.padilla@dot.ca.gov; 

Subject: Re: Follow up: LA River Drive Through (12/18/18) 

Thank you all for your responsiveness. 

Thursday January 17th at 9am at our district office, 1722 Sunset Blvd., works best for everyone. 

I will send a calendar invite to everyone on this list. It is very important that one representative from each 
group attend; 

CD13 


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CD4 
NELAPD 
City Attorney 
LASAN 

Watershed Protection 

RAP 

MRCA 

USACE 

LAHSA 

Caltrans 

LADWP 

HOPE Team 


Mary D. Rodriguez 

Field Deputy 

Silver Lake, Atwater Village & LA River 
Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 
1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 
Phone (2131 207-3015 | Desk (2131 207- 3021 
Fax (2131 207-3031 | www.cdl3.org 
marv.d.rodriquezQilacitv.orq 


On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 2:42 PM Hector Vega c hector.vega(5)lacity.org > wrote: 

Hello All, 

Thank you to those who joined us this morning for our drive through. Attached is the sign in sheet 
that went around so that we all have everybody else's contact information. 

Mary and I will be following up soon to set up a time to sit down and discuss ways we can work 
together to address the issues around the LA River. 


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Happy Holidays! 


Best, 


MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


Hector Vega 

Field Deputy (Elysian Valley & Glassell Park) 

Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 
1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 

Phone (213) 207-3019 | Fax (213) 207-3031 | www.cdia.lacitv.org 

SC TS 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, January 04, 2019 7:25 AM 

Brian Buchner;Victor Hinderliter 

Dan Halden;Hector Vega;BLADIMIR CAMPOS;Shannon Geaney;Matthew 

Tenchavez;Danielle Maldonado;Adel Hagekhalil 

Re: CD13/Hollywood CSLA Day - Wednesday January 23rd 


This time works for me, Thanks Brian. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 6:40 AM 
To: Victor Hinderliter 

Cc: Dan Halden; Hector Vega; BLADIMIR CAMPOS; Shannon Geaney; Matthew Tenchavez; Emada Tingirides; Danielle 
Maldonado; Adel Hagekhalil 

Subject: Re: CD13/Hollywood CSLA Day - Wednesday January 23rd 

How about 1pm? I’ll send a calendar appt with dial-in info. I will include everyone on this email chain. 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



On Jan 4, 2019, at 6:07 AM, Victor Hinderliter < vhinderliter@lahsa.org > wrote: 


Afternoon is preferable for me, but send a time and I’ll be on the call. 


Exciting to see pictures of the membrane going up! 


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Victor Hinderliter 

Associate Director, Access and Engagement 

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

811 Wilshire Boulevard 

Los Angeles, CA 90017 

Tel: 213-225-6577 
Fax: 213-892-0093 
Email: vhinderliter@lahsa.org 
www.lahsa.org 

This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended 
recipient, or the employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the intended 
recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this 
communication is strictly prohibited. Be aware that most communications with LAHSA are 
subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act. If you received this e-mail in 
error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this communication or by telephone 
at 213-225-6577 . Thank you. 


LAHSA 


LOS ANGELES 
HOMELESS 
SERVICES 
AUTHORITY 


Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 3, 2019, at 5:09 PM, Dan Halden < Daniel.Halden@lacity.org > wrote: 

I can do a phone call tomorrow (Friday 1 / 4 ) any time other than 
11 : 30 am. Please advise what works. 


MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


Dan Halden 

Director, HEART of Hollywood 
Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell, 13th District 
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026 
( 213 ) 207-3015 | daniel.halden( 5 )lacitv.org | www.cd13.com 

Find the Councilmember on: o ® (Q 


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 12:05 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 
wrote: 

Let's discuss a step-by-step plan for the next three weeks. Can we meet - in 
person or over the phone - tomorrow or first thing Monday? I know Dan has his 
regular Monday morning call, but we need to have a separate and more focused 
discussion with a smaller group. 


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Added Adel, Matthew Tenchavez, Lt. Tingirides, and Danielle Maldanado to the 
email chain. 

Thanks. 

Brian 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 12:00 PM Dan Halden < Daniel.Halden@lacity.org > 
wrote: 

Hi everyone, 

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a restful holiday break. Following 
up on a conversation we began at the UHRC Policy Group meeting on 
December 20th — CD13 has a Hollywood CSLA Day on the schedule for 

Wednesday, January 23rd. 

Based on the feedback we've received from our constituents, as well as 
our own observations in the field, we are requesting the below sites to be 
scheduled for CSLA Day on 1/23. That being said, we want this to 
continue to be led by outreach, so I wanted to communicate to all of 
you as early as possible regarding our intentions. I am requesting that 
the outreach teams be informed of the possibility of CSLA on 1/23, and 
to message and engage with their clients accordingly. 

As I've said before, the ideal scenario is voluntary compliance, thus 
negating the need to have a "full" CSLA Day. I am hopeful that can be 
achieved. 

Here are the sites we are requesting for 1/23: 

1) Selma Avenue: 

. 170126008 SELMA AVE AT SCHRADER BLVD 

. 180407051 6663 SELMA AVE (B/W CHEROKEE AVE / LAS 

PALMAS AVE) 


2) Carlos/Gower area: 


. 171120009 5987 CARLOS AVE (B/W GOWER AND BRONSON, 

INCLUDING THE TAMARIND CUL DE SAC) 

. 180820048 1814 N GOWER ST (101 FREEWAY UNDERPASS) 


Please let me know if you have any questions. 
Thank you, 


MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


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Dan Halden 

Director, HEART of Hollywood 
Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell, 13th District 
1722 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026 
(213) 207-3015 | daniel.halden(a)lacitv.or | www.cd13.com 

Find the Councilmember on: DDI o 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, January 03, 2019 4:30 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Matthew Tenchavez 

Subject: 

El Peublo Update 

Hi Brain, 




the meeting it was discussed that individuals living in the shelter have been on edge, feel unsafe and that 


there has been a lot of tension at the site. Asha Raab (Clinical therapist) from the Peoples Concern discussed 
this tension and expressed the concerns about safety with many of their clients. Asha advised that their 
employees would be getting Trauma Informed Conflict Resolution training and the Director (Daniel) advised 
that they would be having a Residents meeting to discuss the incident and reassure the clients that live there. 

There are currently 67 individuals on the interest list. Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, January 03, 2019 3:47 PM 

To: 

Howard Wong;Gonzalo Barriga;Matthew Tenchavez;vhinderliter@lahsa.org;Brian 
Buchner;Jose P. Garcia 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

UTLA Strike 


Hello All and Happy New Year, 

There is a pending Teacher Strike scheduled for January 10, 2019 through January 22, 2019. Our Rampart 
Division Senior Lead Officers are scheduled to conduct four CSLA's that week and have been requested to be 
on "Stand By" for the protests. As of now, all scheduled LAPD resources for the CSLA Clean Ups are a go. I just 
wanted to provide this information in the event that the Senior Lead Officers are needed and we have to 
adjust our resources. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, January 03, 2019 2:43 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Matthew Tenchavez;Danielle Maldonado;Jennifer Muther;Krista Phipps;Carolyn Cook 
Re: Lighthouse Bridge 


Hi Brian, 


The OWB HOPE Team has been out to the location and provided updated photos. Danny at the UHRC has 
advised that the Authorization was "marked * URGENT created for the Lighthouse bridge located in Venice 
between Pacific and Roma Ct.Authorization #190103001 ". This is City property, no need for Cal Trans. We 
will keep you posted. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 2:04 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Matthew Tenchavez; Danielle Maldonado 

Subject: Re: Lighthouse Bridge 

Hi Emada, 

Adding Danielle and Matthew. Has anything happened at this location? 

Do we need to check with Caltrans because the location is under a bridge? I'm not familiar with the location. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Mon, Dec 31, 2018 at 1:14 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(a>lacitv.org > wrote: 
Did we ever do anything at this location? 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. ( 213 ) 978-3107 c. ( 310 l]^^B 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Carol Armstrong < carol.armstrong@lacity.org > 

To: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Subject: Re: Lighthouse Bridge 

Hi Brian, 

So sorry I somehow missed this message. I'm guessing that you already got the answers you 
need from Gabriel on our team? As you know, he is our point on homelessness who can 
connect with our other liaisons. In general, GSD can advise if it is City property. 

Thanks, 

Carol 


Carol Armstrong, Ph.D. 

Mayor's Office of City Services 

(213)922-9757 

Carol.Armstronq@lacitv.org 


On Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 9:42 AM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacitv.org > wrote: 

I'm not familiar with this location in Venice. Is there a policy director in your shop who would 
be the appropriate person to check with about it? Even to see if it's City property or a special 
location that's already on the City's radar? 

Thanks. 

Brian 



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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. ( 213 ) 978-3107 c. (llojMBB 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Emada Tingirides < 31546(5)lapd.online > 

Date: December 5, 2018 at 9:37:01 AM PST 

To: Adrian Maxwell < 32387(5)lapd.online >, Marco Ramirez 

< 40604(5)lapd.online > 

Cc: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(S>lacity.org > 

Subject: Re: Lighthouse Bridge 

Hi Adrian, 

Thanks for the information. Does this location need a CSLA? Is this City 
property under the bridge? Brian, do you have information on this location 
and/or know about funding that was set aside for it? 

Sorry for all the questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(5)|apd.online 



From: Adrian Maxwell 

Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 7:06 AM 
To: Marco Ramirez; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: FW: Lighthouse Bridge 

FYI. 


From: Brian Cook 

Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2018 10:47 AM 

To: Bryan Ortiz < 41029(5)lapd.online >; Kevin Chung < 41347(5)lapd.online > 

Cc: Adrian Maxwell < 32387(5)lapd.online >; Jeffrey Lovick < 36047(5)lapd.online > 
Subject: FW: Lighthouse Bridge 


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Gentlemen, 


Please see below. It appears we have a new resident under the Lighthouse St. Bridge 
in Venice again. For your info. 

SLO Muther has been advised. 


Brian 


Privacy 


From: chuck steak [ mailto: 

Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2018 10:06 AM 

To: Jim Wu < iim. wu@ladtv.org >; Krista Phipps < krista.phipps@lacity.org >; Taylor 
Bazley < taylor.bazley(5)lacitv.org >; William Jones < william.jones(5) lacity.org > 

Cc: Jennifer Muther < 36051(5)lapd.online >; Brian Cook < 36258(5)lapd.online > 
Subject: Lighthouse Bridge 


Good Morning, 

I want to bring to your attention again , the homeless encampment under 
both sides of the Lighthouse bridge. When I had Officer J. Robbins and 
his hope team come out in May of this year and clean both sides under 
the bridge of the debris and the residents it was a god send. This officer 
worked extremely hard to rid the problem that was occurring. This 
problem has risen again? Why this problem exists is because council will 
not budget any money towards fixing this problem. There was an offer of 
25,000 but the cost of the project far exceeded this and there for the 
project was put on the " Will get to it later pile"? This bridge is in a 
dilapidated condition and yet no work to fix this problem?Thank you. 
Sincerely, 

Rick in the 
marina 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|Sgj 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, January 03, 2019 1:50 PM 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Brian Buchner;Marya Mason 

Mayor UHRC;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 

Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:15 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Brian Buchner; Marya Mason 

Cc: Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

I've attached the map that shows all (5 total) the encampments that OSB HOPE had plotted on SALUS. 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:04:20 PM 

To: Brian Buchner; Marya Mason 

Cc: Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi; Reiner Reich Bolor 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi Brian, 

It is on Salus. Because the area requested was so scattered it shows up that way. There were very few tents 
counted. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:00:15 PM 

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To: Marya Mason 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Thanks, Marya. 

UHRC - can we confirm this information has been, or will be, entered into SALUS? I don't see it on the map 
currently. 

Brian 

On Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 8:01 AM Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hello Brian, 

Happy New Year 

Officer Aratani completed this on 12/26 and verified information was received with UHRC Officer Marco Ramirez and Lt 
Tingirdes. 

From: Brian Buchner [mailto: brian.buchner@lacity.orgl 
Sent: Friday, December 28, 2018 12:06 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online>; Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 

Cc: Mayor UHRC < uhrc@lacity.org >; Monique Contreras <38228@lapd.online>; Celina Robles <38064@lapd.online>; 
Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Following up on this. Thanks. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. I i|ll| j|MM| 


On Dec 26, 2018, at 7:02 AM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 

Thank You for the information. I have included Sergeant Mason in this E Mail. Marya, please 
see the below request from Brian Buchner. I know you have a time consuming Clean up today 
in CD 15. what day are you able to accommodate this request? Two officers are requested to 
utilize the Encampment App and count tents in the boundaries of St. Andrews Park, on 
Western btwn Vernon to 45th Street in addition to Vermont and Florence *(alley way) and 
99th Street to Century, Broadway to Main. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


158 








EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:27 PM 
To: Mayor UHRC; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi UHRC, 

CD8 has requested the UHRC begin mapping encampments around the following priority zones 
in proximity to its bridge housing facility, which will be located at 5975 St. Andrew's Place. I'd 
like to begin ASAP after the Christmas holiday, on 12/26: 

• St. Andrew's Park = 15-20 people, multiple encampments and RVs 

• Vernon & 45th St. / Western = 10-20 people 

• Vermont / Florence = alley way 

• Broadway & Main, 99th & Century = large encampments 


Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


159 







Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) BHg 


160 


From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, January 03, 2019 1:50 PM 

Marya Mason,'Brian Buchner 

Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 


No Worries Marya, Everything was done correctly. THANK YOU! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Marya Mason 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:23:23 PM 
To: Brian Buchner 
Cc: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: RE: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi Brian and Lt, 

The instructions went from the UHRC to the officer, if something needs to be clarified, can we speak on this issue? As 
the officer advised me it was one dot per tent on the streets identified. 

Thank you 

From: Brian Buchner [mailto:brian.buchner@lacity.org] 

Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2019 1:20 PM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 

Cc: Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online>; Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online>; Mayor UHRC <uhrc@lacity.org>; 
Monique Contreras <38228@lapd.online>; Celina Robles <38064@lapd.online>; Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Thanks. I was able to find them once Emada noted they were few and far between. What HOPE found appears 
to be inconsistent with what CD8 reported about the number of encampments, etc. These data will be helpful for 
our next conversation with them. 


Brian 


On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 1:15 PM Reiner Reich Bolor < 41517@lapd.online > wrote: 

I've attached the map that shows all (5 total) the encampments that OSB HOPE had plotted on SALUS. 


Respectfully, 


161 






Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:04:20 PM 

To: Brian Buchner; Marya Mason 

Cc: Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi; Reiner Reich Bolor 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi Brian, 

It is on Salus. Because the area requested was so scattered it shows up that way. There were very few tents 
counted. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(5)|apd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:00:15 PM 
To: Marya Mason 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Thanks, Marya. 

UHRC - can we confirm this information has been, or will be, entered into SALUS? I don't see it on the map 
currently. 

Brian 

On Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 8:01 AM Marya Mason < 34418@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hello Brian, 

Happy New Year 

Officer Aratani completed this on 12/26 and verified information was received with UHRC Officer Marco Ramirez and 
Lt Tingirdes. 

From: Brian Buchner fmailto: brian.buchner(5)lacitv.orgl 
Sent: Friday, December 28, 2018 12:06 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides < 31546(5)lapd.online >; Marya Mason < 34418(5)lapd.online > 


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Cc: Mayor UHRC < uhrc(5)lacity.org >; Monique Contreras < 38228(5)lapd.online >; Celina Robles < 38064(5)lapd.online >; 
Dominic Choi < 32350(5)lapd.online > 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Following up on this. Thanks. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. 


On Dec 26, 2018, at 7:02 AM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 

Thank You for the information. I have included Sergeant Mason in this E Mail. Marya, please 
see the below request from Brian Buchner. I know you have a time consuming Clean up 
today in CD 15. what day are you able to accommodate this request? Two officers are 
requested to utilize the Encampment App and count tents in the boundaries of St. Andrews 
Park, on Western btwn Vernon to 45th Street in addition to Vermont and Florence *(alley 
way) and 99th Street to Century, Broadway to Main. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546(g>lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:27 PM 
To: Mayor UHRC; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi UHRC, 


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CD8 has requested the UHRC begin mapping encampments around the following priority 
zones in proximity to its bridge housing facility, which will be located at 5975 St. Andrew's 
Place. I'd like to begin ASAP after the Christmas holiday, on 12/26: 

• St. Andrew's Park = 15-20 people, multiple encampments and RVs 

• Vernon & 45th St. / Western = 10-20 people 

• Vermont / Florence = alley way 

• Broadway & Main, 99th & Century = large encampments 
Thanks. 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)BHlll 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) jBHi 





Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2019 1:04 PM 

To: Brian Buchner;Marya Mason 

Cc: Mayor UHRC;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi;Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi Brian, 

It is on Salus. Because the area requested was so scattered it shows up that way. There were very few tents 
counted. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2019 1:00:15 PM 
To: Marya Mason 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Mayor UHRC; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Thanks, Marya. 

UHRC - can we confirm this information has been, or will be, entered into SALUS? I don't see it on the map 
currently. 

Brian 

On Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 8:01 AM Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hello Brian, 

Happy New Year 

Officer Aratani completed this on 12/26 and verified information was received with UHRC Officer Marco Ramirez and Lt 
Tingirdes. 

From: Brian Buchner [mailto: brian.buchner(5)lacitv.orgl 
Sent: Friday, December 28, 2018 12:06 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online>; Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 

Cc: Mayor UHRC < uhrc@lacity.org >; Monique Contreras <38228@lapd.online>; Celina Robles <38064@lapd.online>; 
Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 


165 







Following up on this. Thanks. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310lHHI 


On Dec 26, 2018, at 7:02 AM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 

Thank You for the information. I have included Sergeant Mason in this E Mail. Marya, please 
see the below request from Brian Buchner. I know you have a time consuming Clean up today 
in CD 15. what day are you able to accommodate this request? Two officers are requested to 
utilize the Encampment App and count tents in the boundaries of St. Andrews Park, on 
Western btwn Vernon to 45th Street in addition to Vermont and Florence *(alley way) and 
99th Street to Century, Broadway to Main. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(5)lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:27 PM 
To: Mayor UHRC; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi UHRC, 

CD8 has requested the UHRC begin mapping encampments around the following priority zones 
in proximity to its bridge housing facility, which will be located at 5975 St. Andrew's Place. I'd 
like to begin ASAP after the Christmas holiday, on 12/26: 


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• St. Andrew's Park = 15-20 people, multiple encampments and RVs 

• Vernon & 45th St. / Western = 10-20 people 

• Vermont / Florence = alley way 

• Broadway & Main, 99th & Century = large encampments 


Thanks. 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) ■■H 




Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|^HB! 


167 






From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 31, 2018 12:19 PM 
Rob Freeman;Brian Buchner 
Bell, La Cheryl 

Re: January 2019 Parking Pass 


Thank You Sir, 

Much Appreciated. 

Happy New Year, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Rob Freeman <rob.freeman@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, December 31, 2018 11:58 AM 
To: Brian Buchner 
Cc: Bell, La Cheryl; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: January 2019 Parking Pass 

See attached. Regards, Rob. 

On Mon, Dec 31, 2018 at 9:48 AM Brian Buchner < brian,buchncrtfilacjty.org > wrote: 
Hi Rob, 

Are you able to send the EOC parking pass for January 2019? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


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•W OMSIA PARATVS" 


Rob Freeman 

Assistant General Manager 
Emergency Management Department 

Phone (213)484-4804 
Mobile: 

Website: ReadyLA.org 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, December 31, 2018 11:41 AM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

Re: January 2019 Parking Pass 

Roger that. Thank You. 

1 don't believe that they are. 


Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, December 31, 2018 9:46:04 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras 

Subject: Re: January 2019 Parking Pass 

I’ll ask Rob. Not sure if he or LaCheryl are in today. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. I 'Hll BBMH 


On Dec 31, 2018, at 9:26 AM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Is it possible we can get a Copy of the January 2019 Parking Pass for the EMD Parking 
Structure? Matthew has a leadership training at the UHRC on Wednesday and he is also in 
need of additional Passes for that day. Sanitation is inquiring as well. Happy New Year and 
Thanks in Advance. 


Emada 


170 








EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(g>lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, December 31, 2018 9:27 AM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

January 2019 Parking Pass 

Hi Brian, 



Is it possible we can get a Copy of the January 2019 Parking Pass for the EMD Parking Structure? Matthew has 
a leadership training at the UHRC on Wednesday and he is also in need of additional Passes for that 
day. Sanitation is inquiring as well. Happy New Year and Thanks in Advance. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


172 



From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, December 27, 2018 3:54 PM 

To: 

Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 

Subject: 

Fw: SF Valley Homeless Encampment 

Hi All, 



Not sure if you saw this news report. Channel 4 has a series called "Streets of Shame" where they identify 
areas in the City experiencing homelessness concerns and quality of life issues and report on it. They are 
encouraging Community members to report photos and complaints to them and they will cover the story. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor 
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2018 1:19 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Marco Ramirez 
Subject: Fw: SF Valley Homeless Encampment 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Matthew Tenchavez <mtenchavez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2018 1:15 PM 

To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subject: SF Valley Homeless Encampment 


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https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Homeless-Los-Angeles-Valley-Village-503522671.html 



Homeless Encampment Stretches About 
1.5 Miles in San Fernando Valley 

www.nbclosangeles.com 

Los Angeles residents say the homeless crisis is making them 
concerned over the cleanliness and safety of their 
neighborhoods. 


Matthew A. Tenchavez 
Unified Homelessness 
Response Center Manager, 
Access & Engagement 
Department 

Los Angeles Homeless Services 
Authority (LAHSA) 

SERVICES 8 1 1 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th 
AUTHORITY Fi oor 

Los Angeles, CA 90 017 
Cell: 

Tel: 213-797-4577 

Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: mtenchavez@lahsa.org 

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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:18 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Re: Stay Off your Phone!!! 


Monique is on vacation until January 7, 2019. I am not sure if others are out of town as well. I think the 3rd 
and 4th may be to close to the Holiday as well. Something after January 7th might work best. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:10:31 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: Stay Off your Phone!!! 

Lol!!! You’re not bugging me. That’s why I don’t put on my out of office reply. 

Yes, let’s definitely meet to discuss the Civic Center. Can you work with Monique to set something up for 
either 1/3 at 1pm (the regular UHRC meeting is cancelled) or anytime on Friday, 1/4. 


Thanks!!! 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 



o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


On Dec 26, 2018, at 3:03 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 


I just heard that you are out of town. I will not bug you anymore this week. When you get 
back. Commander Choi has suggested a meeting with all Partners prior to a Civic Center Clean 
up. He wants to make sure that Rec and Parks, GSD, Sanitation and LAPD HOPE are aware of 


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each entities territorial responsibility at the Civic Center, Trespass posting protocols etc. I think 
Gita should also be included. 


Take Care, Enjoy your trip! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(g>lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:10 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Marco Ramirez;Reiner Reich Bolor;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi;Adrian Maxwell 
Re: ABH Tent Count for San Vicente & Wilshire set for 12/T9/18 


Roger That, Do you mean LAHSA Lead Outreach and Engagement or Rapid Response with a LAHSA 
Component? Will this location have the 90 Day Protocols and 30 Day Post opening? 

Also do you know who the Lead agency will be for this site and the St. Andrews site in 77th Division? 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:01:30 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Marco Ramirez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi; Adrian Maxwell 
Subject: Re: ABH Tent Count for San Vicente & Wilshire set for 12/19/18 

Can we discuss a plan for engaging the folks on San Vicente at Wilshire? Your count identified around 10 
encampments. A relatively small scale operation but the request is coming from above me. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (MOiMMI 


On Dec 18, 2018, at 3:34 PM, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 
Thanks, all. 


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Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. 


On Dec 18, 2018, at 4:59 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@ / lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Sergeant Maxwell will have two officers from the OWB HOPE team conduct the 
tent count tomorrow morning. Sergeant Maxwell advised that there are no 
longer individuals living under the freeway and that the high concentration is on 
the Westside of the VA. There has been an increase in tents in the area of 
Bringham, San Vicente and Wilshire as well as the Brentwood border. 

Sergeant Maxwell, Thank You for your attention to this and if your team has 
questions/concerns on the utilization of the map please feel free to call the 
UHRC or me directly. I appreciate it. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546(g>lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:05 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: 405 Underpass / Venice & Globe 


Roger That! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 4:59:37 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: 405 Underpass / Venice & Globe 

Hi Emada, 

Can we please have Pacific Division give Venice & Globe some love? Maybe a few days of visits in the next 
week or two. Possibly with a HOPE Team too. The Council Office is asking the UHRC for some help with that 
area again. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 5:04 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Subject: 

Stay Off your Phone!!! 

Hi Brian, 



I just heard that you are out of town. I will not bug you anymore this week. When you get back. Commander 
Choi has suggested a meeting with all Partners prior to a Civic Center Clean up. He wants to make sure that 
Rec and Parks, GSD, Sanitation and LAPD HOPE are aware of each entities territorial responsibility at the Civic 
Center, Trespass posting protocols etc. I think Gita should also be included. 


Take Care, Enjoy your trip! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 4:47 PM 

Brian Wall;Brian Buchner;Monique Contreras;Gonzalo Barriga 

Re: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 


Hi Brian, 


This E Mail is a follow up to the Fire Station 57 Concern/Complaint regarding the Storm Drain and Cal Trans 
getting on board to seal the location. The UHRC has contacted the CHP Homeless unit. Street Lighting and 
Sanitation is aware of this location. There was a prior Clean Up on October 20, 2017. I will keep you posted 
on our efforts. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Wall <brian.wall@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:51 PM 

To: Brian Buchner; Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides; Gonzalo Barriga 
Subject: Fwd: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 


To All, 


I forwarded an email from one of our Captains in South Los Angeles, assigned to Fire Station 57. I reached out 
to the CalTrans Contact mentioned at the end of this email and am waiting to hear back from them. In 
the meantime, I was hoping to get some direction and assistance with the encampments that are said to be in 
the storm drain. Specifically, jurisdiction and responsibility and then notification. I looked on google earth 
and it appears to be North of Manchester, where S. Grand Ave ends x 84th PI. It then winds around south to 
S. Olive St. 

Thank you in advance for your help. 


Brian Wall, Captain I 

Los Angeles Fire Department 


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Homeland Security Division 

Tactical Planning Section 
EOC/DOC Coordinator & 
Homelessness Response Liaison 


Privacy 


Office: 213-202-3112 
Email: brian.wall@lacity.org 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Allen Skier < allen.skier@lacity.org > 

Date: Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 1:54 AM 
Subject: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 

To: Douglas Zabilski < douglas.zabilski@lacity.org >, Brett Kearns < brett.kearns@lacity.org >, Richard Perron 
< richard.perron@lacity.org >, Brian Wall < brian.wall@lacitv.org >. Joseph Lopez < ioseph.lopez@lacity.org >, 
David Reddix < david.reddix@lacity.org >, William Peralta < william.peralta@lacity.org > 


Brian 

I have been directed to you by Chief Zabilski. 

Briefly, we have a group of homeless people that are living inside a storm drain that is partially on city 
property with the remainder on Cal Trans/State property. The storm drain runs underground for roughly 300 
feet. The fenced perimeter is in need of repair to secure the area from unlawful entry. The location is Olive St 
and Manchester Ave 

We have responded to this location over the past year approximately twenty times for rubbish fires. Most 
recently, it has been noted that they are taking power illegally from a power pole at that location into the 
storm drain. 


Major concerns: First; In the event of rain they will be in a location that could bring significant injury or death 
to people inside the storm drain. Second Due to the nature/location of the site rodent infestation is obvious; 
potentially leading to the spread of disease among the homeless as well as LAFD members. Third If they 
become ill or injured, due to the confined location we would have to upgrade to a confined space rescue, 
which by nature is a slow process due to procedural necessities that need to be in place as mandated by Cal 
OSHA before entry can be made to effect a rescue. 


Due to the dynamics of the location we can be on scene from 30 minutes to as long as 2 hours to extinguish 
these fires. We have attempted to resolve the matter through The City of Los Angeles Public Works, who has 
mitigated the city part of the issue. However, our Cal Trans partners need to secure their property as it once 
was or there will be no end to this matter. 


The contact for Cal Trans is Antonio Garcia Office: 213 620-2107 Cell: 213 


Privacy 


Thank you in Advance 


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Allen Skier, Captain I 
Fire Station 57 "A" Platoon 
7800 S. Vermont Ave. 

Los Angeles CA 90044 
Office: 213 485-6257 
FAX: 323 971-0402 
allen.skier(ai lacity.org 

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From: 

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Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 10:34 AM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 

Fw: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 
Alameda_223rd St_summary.docx; 8ff402c27b2a55ba-26D34CDB-A085-71BD- 
CFDlA375426D3FF0.pdf 


Ho Brian, 


Please see the attached information and below E Mail string. Just wanted to keep you in the loop on an 
ongoing problem/location in Harbor Division (Storm Drain through DWP Property). The LAPD OSB HOPE Team 
has addressed this location for some time and coordinated all the necessary entities to address this 
location. Just an FYI. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Marya Mason 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 7:47 AM 

To: Andrew Gonzalez; Robert Garcia 

Cc: Catherine Plows; James Huett; Emada Tingirides 

Subject: FW: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 

Catherine and James, 

The flat part of the 223 rd location is getting done today by all the outside entities that fall within the RD. See attached 
email, they need LAPD to stand by for any resisting individuals, outreach has been conducted for weeks. We will have 
officers there today, could you please assist in getting officers to the location tomorrow to standby, the unit is short this 
DP. After this week, LA SAN will continue with the clean-up of the tunnel, (Harbor quality of life officers know the 
location) at the end of January, if we work together to get this location done please. 

From: Howard Wong [mailto:howard.wong@lacity.org] 

Sent: Monday, December 10, 2018 11:25 AM 
To: Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 

Cc: Adam Smith <adam.j.smith@lacity.org> 

Subject: Fwd: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 
Hi Sgt. Mason, 


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This area is scheduled for CSLA CD-15 and we will tentatively schedule this location for Thursday, 
January 24th (HE Day) and Friday, January 25th (ID Day). I do not anticipate these dates changing 
but the final calendar is technically pending. 

Regards, 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Howard Wong c howard.wong@lacity.org > 

Date: Thu, Dec 6, 2018 at 4:16 PM 

Subject: Fwd: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 
To: Sarah Bell < Sa rah.Bell@lacity.org > 

Cc: Steven Pedersen < steven.pedersen(a) lacity.org >. Gonzalo Barriga < gonzalo.barriga(a)lacity.org >. Adam 
Smith < adam.i.smith@lacity.org >, Eric Lee < eric.y.lee@lacity.org >. Fortaleza, Joseph 
< ioseph.fortaleza@ lacity.org > 


Hi Sarah, 

Request for an CSLA clean-up in CD 15. Research on Navigate LA indicates area containing homeless 
encampments / unattended property, trash and debris located inside and near a tunnel location south of 
223rd Street and near 22300 Alameda Street. The tunnel area is located within the City of LA Boundary and 
abut to City of Carson's boundary. Once approved we will only clean the City's portion of the public right-of- 
way. We have confirmed that Sanitation WCSD does not have any storm drain easements in or around the 
tunnel area. Refer to survey conducted by WPD with LAPD South Bureau for additional information and 
photographs. Please utilize the Navigate LA information and survey when the Authorization gets generated. 

Let us know if you have any questions or concerns. 

Navigate LA:Tunnel located on City of LA public right-of-way. Color areas on the aerial view are public right-of- 
way areas, grey shaded areas are other private property parcels. Purple dotted line is the City of LA Boundary, 
also included in PDF attachment: 


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.Forwarded message- 

From: Howard Wong < howard.wong(a>lacitv.org > 

Date: Fri, Nov 30, 2018 at 8:06 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 
To: Kwasi Berko < kwasi.berko@lacity.org > 


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Cc: Michael Bates < michael.bates@lacity.org >. Gonzalo Barriga < gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org >. Steven 
Pedersen < steven.pedersen@lacity.org >, Adam Smith < adam.i.smith@lacity.org >, Eric Lee 
< eric.y.lee@lacity.org >. Salvador Rosales < salvador.rosales@lacity.org > 


Hi Kwasi, 

New request for storm drain channel clean-up. 

Refer to attachment on a survey completed by WPD. The survey was a request from LAPD South Bureau 
regarding cleaning up homeless encampments, trash and debris located in open channel / storm drain near 
Alameda and 223rd Street, LA CA 90745. Research on Navigate LA identified the open channel belonging to 
City of LA. Would you confirm if this open channel is operated and maintained by Sanitation WCSD. Once 
confirmed, we will need to post "No Trespassing" signs, coordinate and schedule a clean-up in this area. 

Regards, 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Adam J. Smith < adam.j.smith@lacity.org > 

Date: Fri, Nov 30, 2018 at 7:36 AM 

Subject: Alameda St/223rd St stormwater tunnel cleanup summary 
To: Howard Wong < howard.wong@lacity.org > 


See attached. 


Adam J. Smith 

Senior Environmental Compliance Officer 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone: 323 - 342-1535 
Mail Stop: 756 

adam.i.smith@lacity.org 

Fax (323) 342-1510 

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Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge #2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

2714 Media Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90065 

Cell (213) B8iW 

Fax(323)342-1510 

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mail and delete the original message and any attachments without reading or saving in any manner. 


Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge #2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

2714 Media Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90065 

Cell (213) 

Fax(323)342-1510 

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information is prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify us immediately by e- 
mail and delete the original message and any attachments without reading or saving in any manner. 


Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge #2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

2714 Media Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90065 

Cell (213) BMW 

Fax(323)342-1510 

Confidentiality Notice 

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Cc: 

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From: 

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To: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 9:15 AM 

Catherine Plows;Carolyn Cook;Matthew Tenchavez;Marco Ramirez;Dominic Choi;Brian 
Buchner 

Greg Mcmanus;Johnny Smith;Marya Mason 

Re: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 


THANK YOU Much Catherine, I appreciate the update and information. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Catherine Plows 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 9:12 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Carolyn Cook; Matthew Tenchavez; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Brian Buchner 
Cc: Greg Mcmanus; Johnny Smith 

Subject: Re: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 

Good morning Emada , I have briefed Sgt. Huett and gave him talking points. He is on his way and will keep me 
updated. 

Catherine 

Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 10:09 AM 

To: Carolyn Cook; Matthew Tenchavez; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Brian Buchner; Catherine Plows 
Cc: Greg Mcmanus; Johnny Smith 

Subject: Re: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 

Good Morning and Thank You for the information. Brian please see below. Officers at scene have advised 
that there are new media vans at the location already. This is a regular CSLA for a large amount of 
trash. Harbor division's Quality of Life Car is handling this Clean Up today. 


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Sergeant Plows, do you know if there is a Supervisor on sight? LAHSA is aware and their Outreach workers 
have been notified. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Carolyn Cook <carolyn.cook@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 8:42 AM 

To: Matthew Tenchavez; Emada Tingirides; Marco Ramirez 

Subject: Fwd: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Howard Wong < howard.wong@lacity.org > 

Date: Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 8:34 AM 

Subject: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 

To: Elena Stern < elena.stern@lacitv.org >, Heather Johnson < heather.iohnson@lacity.org >, Jose P. Garcia 
< jose.garcia@lacity.org >, Barry Berggren < barry.berggren@lacity.org >, Shahram Kharaghani 
< shahram.kharaghani@lacity.org >, Steven Pedersen < steven.pedersen@lacity.org >, Gonzalo Barriga 
< gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org >, Gabriel Miranda < gabriel.miranda@lacity.org >, Paul Gomez 
< paul.gomez@lacity.org >, Adam Smith < adam.j.smith@lacity.org >, Eric Lee < eric.y.lee@lacity.org > 

Cc: Sarah Bell < Sarah.Bell@lacity.org > 


Hi Everyone, 

FYI. WPD field crews reporting News Media (ABC 7 and KTTV Fox 11) onsite in CD 15, CSLA clean-up located at 
834 Lomita Blvd. LA CA 90710. Note this area is also located next to Sanitation's Harbor Greenway Project. I 
have notified and included the City's PIO in this email. 


Team 4- CD IS: Harbor Division 



Ground Crew & Kubota 


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Will be providing the City's public information officer (PIO) contact number at (213) 978-0333 for information 
request for field staff. 

Regards, 


Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge #2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

2714 Media Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90065 


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Environmental Compliance Inspector 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone: 213-219-2700 
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Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 9:10 AM 

Carolyn Cook;Matthew Tenchavez;Marco Ramirez;Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner;Catherine 
Plows 

Greg Mcmanus;Johnny Smith 

Re: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 


Good Morning and Thank You for the information. Brian please see below. Officers at scene have advised 
that there are new media vans at the location already. This is a regular CSLA for a large amount of 
trash. Harbor division's Quality of Life Car is handling this Clean Up today. 

Sergeant Plows, do you know if there is a Supervisor on sight? LAHSA is aware and their Outreach workers 
have been notified. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Carolyn Cook <carolyn.cook@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2018 8:42 AM 

To: Matthew Tenchavez; Emada Tingirides; Marco Ramirez 

Subject: Fwd: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 


.Forwarded message- 

From: Howard Wong c howard.wong@lacity.org > 

Date: Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 8:34 AM 

Subject: Media Onsite at CSLA Clean-Up Location -12-26-18 

To: Elena Stern < elena.stern(5) lacity.org >, Heather Johnson < heather. iohnson@lacity.org >. Jose P. Garcia 
< jose.garcia@lacity.org >, Barry Berggren < barry.berggren@lacity.org >, Shahram Kharaghani 
< shahram.kharaghani@lacity.org >, Steven Pedersen < steven.pedersen(5)lacity.org >, Gonzalo Barriga 
< gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org >, Gabriel Miranda < gabriel.miranda@lacity.org >, Paul Gomez 
< paul.gomez@lacity.org >, Adam Smith < adam.j.smith@lacity.org >, Eric Lee < eric.y.lee(5)lacity.org > 

Cc: Sarah Bell < Sarah.Bell@lacity.org > 


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Hi Everyone, 


FYI. WPD field crews reporting News Media (ABC 7 and KTTV Fox 11) onsite in CD 15, CSLA clean-up located at 
834 Lomita Blvd. LA CA 90710. Note this area is also located next to Sanitation's Harbor Greenway Project. I 
have notified and included the City's PIO in this email. 



Team 4- CD 15: Harbor Division 


Ground Crew & Kubota 

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1*1126011 

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FIGUEROA ST 

VERMONT AVE 

OfflT PATH'S!" RE £T 

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Will be providing the City's public information officer (PIO) contact number at (213) 978-0333 for information 
request for field staff. 

Regards, 


Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge #2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

2714 Media Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90065 


Privacy 


Fax(323)342-1510 

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Carolyn Cook 

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Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone: 213-219-2700 
carolyn.cookta) lacity.org 



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Emada Tingirides 


Wednesday, December 26, 2018 9:03 AM 
Brian Buchner;Mayor UHRC;Marya Mason 


Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 
Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 


Hi Brian, 


Thank You for the information. I have included Sergeant Mason in this E Mail. Marya, please see the below 
request from Brian Buchner. I know you have a time consuming Clean up today in CD 15. what day are you 
able to accommodate this request? Two officers are requested to utilize the Encampment App and count 
tents in the boundaries of St. Andrews Park, on Western btwn Vernon to 45th Street in addition to Vermont 
and Florence * *(alley way) and 99th Street to Century, Broadway to Main. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:27 PM 
To: Mayor UHRC; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: CD8 Bridge Housing Priority Zone(s) 

Hi UHRC, 

CD8 has requested the UHRC begin mapping encampments around the following priority zones in proximity to 
its bridge housing facility, which will be located at 5975 St. Andrew's Place. I'd like to begin ASAP after the 
Christmas holiday, on 12/26: 

• St. Andrew's Park = 15-20 people, multiple encampments and RVs 

• Vernon & 45th St. / Western = 10-20 people 

• Vermont / Florence = alley way 

• Broadway & Main, 99th & Century = large encampments 


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Thanks. 


Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)BMM| 


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Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 24, 2018 10:00 AM 

Brian Wall;Brian Buchner;Monique Contreras;Gonzalo Barriga;Matthew Tenchavez;Marya 
Mason;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew;Reiner Reich Bolor 
Subject: Re: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 


Hi Brian, 

Thank You for the information. I believe this location may be 77th Street Division or potentially Southeast. Do 
you know if we are able to gain access easily to the location. In other words is feasible to have LAHSA 
Outreach Workers and HOPE Teams go into the location? 

I will attempt to find out who the Arra Senior Lead Officers is and I have included our South Bureau HOPE 
Sergeant in this E Mail as well as Matthew from LAHSA. 

Matthew are you able to check and see if your teams have been out to this location? 

Brian, because this is partially Cal Trans and City can you assist us in coordinating with them to do an 
assessment of this location with LAPD, LAS AN the Area SLO and our HOPE Team? 

I am also open to other suggestions. We can have our HOPE do an initial assessment and photos and go from 
there as well. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Wall <brian.wall@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, December 21, 2018 3:51 PM 

To: Brian Buchner; Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides; Gonzalo Barriga 
Subject: Fwd: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 

To All, 

I forwarded an email from one of our Captains in South Los Angeles, assigned to Fire Station 57. I reached out 
to the CalTrans Contact mentioned at the end of this email and am waiting to hear back from them. In 
the meantime, I was hoping to get some direction and assistance with the encampments that are said to be in the 
storm drain. Specifically, jurisdiction and responsibility and then notification. I looked on google earth and it 


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appears to be North of Manchester, where S. Grand Ave ends x 84th PL It then winds around south to S. Olive 
St. 

Thank you in advance for your help. 


Brian Wall, Captain I 

Los Angeles Fire Department 
Homeland Security Division 

Tactical Planning Section 
EOC/DOC Coordinator & 
Homelessness Response Liaison 


Privacy 


Office: 213-202-3112 
Email: brian.wall@dacity.org 


-Forwarded message- 

From: Allen Skier < allen.skier@lacity.org > 

Date: Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 1:54 AM 
Subject: Homeless Issue Fire Station 57 

To: Douglas Zabilski < douglas.zabilski@lacity.org >, Brett Keams < brett.kearns@lacitv.org >, Richard Perron 
< richard.Dcrron@lacity.org >. Brian Wall < brian.wall@lacity.org >, Joseph Lopez <joseph.lopez@lacity.org >, 
David Reddix < david.reddix@lacity.org >, William Peralta < william.peralta@lacity.org > 


Brian 

I have been directed to you by Chief Zabilski. 

Briefly, we have a group of homeless people that are living inside a stonn drain that is partially on city property 
with the remainder on Cal Trans/State property. The storm drain runs underground for roughly 300 feet. The 
fenced perimeter is in need of repair to secure the area from unlawful entry. The location is Olive St and 
Manchester Ave 

We have responded to this location over the past year approximately twenty times for rubbish fires. Most 
recently, it has been noted that they are taking power illegally from a power pole at that location into the storm 
drain. 

Major concerns: First; In the event of rain they will be in a location that could bring significant injury or death 
to people inside the stonn drain. Second Due to the nature/location of the site rodent infestation is obvious; 
potentially leading to the spread of disease among the homeless as well as LAFD members. Third If they 
become ill or injured, due to the confined location we would have to upgrade to a confined space rescue, which 
by nature is a slow process due to procedural necessities that need to be in place as mandated by Cal OSHA 
before entry can be made to effect a rescue. 

Due to the dynamics of the location we can be on scene from 30 minutes to as long as 2 hours to extinguish 
these fires. We have attempted to resolve the matter through The City of Los Angeles Public Works, who has 
mitigated the city part of the issue. However, our Cal Trans partners need to secure their property as it once 
was or there will be no end to this matter. 


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The contact for Cal Trans is Antonio Garcia Office: 213 620-2107 Cell: 213 


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Thank you in Advance 


Allen Skier, Captain I 
Fire Station 57 "A" Platoon 
7800 S. Vermont Ave. 

Los Angeles CA 90044 
Office: 213 485-6257 
FAX: 323 971-0402 
allen.skier@4acitv.org 

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Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 1:44 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Edna Degollado;Arturo Siguenas;Mario Botello;Robert Chellew;Reiner Reich Bolor;Marco 
Ramirez 

1st Street and Broadway 

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Hi Brian, 

Please see the below string of E Mails regarding this location. The Central Senior Lead Officer has visited this 
location regularly and continues to do so. I spoke with him last week about this location and obtained the 
attached photos. LAHSA has conducted outreach at this location and I have requested them to do so again 
and regularly. Sergeant Siguenas and the OCB HOPE Team has been out to this location and as of yesterday he 
suggests that a CSLA be conducted here. I am open to additional ideas and strategies to address this concern 
(additional Trash Cans, Daily Outreach by LAHSA, Rapid Response by OCB HOPE). 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 6:28 PM 

To: Mario Botello; Arturo Siguenas 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor; Marco Ramirez 

Subject: Fwd: 1st St. Encampment 

Hi Mario, 

Thank you so very much for the conversation and information. I have included Sergeant Siguenas of the OCB 
HOPE Team in this E Mail as well as Matthew Tenechavez from LAHSA and the UHRC Manager for LAHSA. 

Art, please see the attached photos, I believe this can be addressed in a Ralid Respknse but you would know 
better than me. This location is Broadway and 1st Street. 


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Matthew, I know your teams have responded and conducted outreach at this location, is it possible they can 
revisit or if they have recently it's much appreciated. 

Thank You all in Advance, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Mario Botello <37159@lapd.online> 

Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2018 1:18 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: 1st St. Encampment 

Lt, 

Here are some pictures of the encampment on the north side of 1st St. between Broadway and Spring. I have 
numerous complaints from tenants at The Times Building and DOT headquarters. I would like to respond with 
the HOPE team or any clean up involving this location, thanks for all you help. 

Regards, 

Senior Lead Mario Botello #37159 
Central Division (424) 214-9538 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 5:00 PM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Cc: Marco Ramirez;Reiner Reich Bolor;Celina Robles;Dominic Choi;Adrian Maxwell 

Subject: ABH Tent Count for San Vicente 8i Wilshire set for 12/1'9/18 

Hi Brian, 

Sergeant Maxwell will have two officers from the OWB HOPE team conduct the tent count tomorrow 
morning. Sergeant Maxwell advised that there are no longer individuals living under the freeway and that the 
high concentration is on the Westside of the VA. There has been an increase in tents in the area of Bringham, 
San Vicente and Wilshire as well as the Brentwood border. 

Sergeant Maxwell, Thank You for your attention to this and if your team has questions/concerns on the 
utilization of the map please feel free to call the UHRC or me directly. I appreciate it. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 3:50 PM 

Brian Buchner;Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Reiner Reich Bolor 
Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 
Re: San Vicente and Wilshire 


Hi Brian, 


The location has not been completed yet. Officer Chellew is on vacation until after January as well as Officer 
Contreras. We are short on LAPD UHRC staff. I am attempting to coordinate and have the OWB HOPE Team 
conduct the count with Officer Bloor overseeing to ensure it is done correctly. All of the HOPE Teams have 
been trained on the Encampment App now. We are trying to get this done tomorrow and I will advise when it 
is complete. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 3:45:33 PM 

To: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Emada Tingirides; Reiner Reich Bolor 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: San Vicente and Wilshire 

Hi Emada, 

Can you please confirm Officers Chellew and Ramirez went to San Vicente & Wilshire today? I don't see any 
data points on the map. 

Need an update ASAP. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:43 AM 

To: 

Marya Mason;Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Training 

Hi Marya, 


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EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:41 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Brian Buchner 
Cc: Celina Robles; Dominic Choi 
Subject: RE: Training 

Great, this is the training with Gita also? 

Thank you 
Marya 

From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:36 AM 

To: Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online>; Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Cc: Celina Robles <38064@lapd.online>; Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 
Subject: Re: Training 

Hi Marya, 


I spoke with Monique about this yesterday and it will be coordinated by Brian Buchner from the Mayors Office due to 
coordination of the other entities involved. 1 will touch base with Brian and more than like he will not be able to 
coordinate all entities until after the Holidays, he is also interested in bringing together all the HOPE, LAHSA and LAPD 
HOPE for a Training/BBQ like we discussed. That way we get everyone at once. This will take some time to put 
together so probably sometime in March. 


Brian does March sound good? We can include Gita and LA Sanitation and potentially County Health in this Training. 


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Monique is on vacation until after January. I will keep you posted on our efforts with this. 


Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. T1NGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 

From: Marya Mason < 34418(5)lapd.online > 

Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:16 AM 
To: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Cc: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Training 

Hello Monique and Celina 

I know there was a training course with the DCA, LASAN on our duties, is the South training date coming up soon - so I 
can make sure it on our schedule. ? 

Thank you, 

The officers have been asking for additional training as well. 

Sincerely 

Sergeant Marya Mason 

Operations South Bureau 

HOPE Homeless Outreach Proactive Engagement 

^^3 S Broadway, Los Angeles CA 90003 

34418(S)lapd.online 

323 786 -5080 Office 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:36 AM 

To: 

Marya Mason;Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Celina Robles;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Training 


Hi Marya, 

I spoke with Monique about this yesterday and it will be coordinated by Brian Buchner from the Mayors Office due to 
coordination of the other entities involved. 1 will touch base with Brian and more than like he will not be able to 
coordinate all entities until after the Holidays, he is also interested in bringing together all the HOPE, LAHSA and LAPD 
HOPE for a Training/BBQ like we discussed. That way we get everyone at once. This will take some time to put 
together so probably sometime in March. 

Brian does March sound good? We can include Gita and LA Sanitation and potentially County Health in this Training. 
Monique is on vacation until after January. 1 will keep you posted on our efforts with this. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 7:16 AM 
To: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Cc: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Training 


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Hello Monique and Celina 

I know there was a training course with the DCA, LASAN on our duties, is the South training date coming up soon - so 
can make sure it on our schedule. ? 

Thank you, 

The officers have been asking for additional training as well. 

Sincerely 

Sergeant Marya Mason 
Operations South Bureau 
HOPE Homeless Outreach Proactive Engagement 
S Broadway, Los Angeles CA 90003 

34418(S)lapd.online 

323 786 -5080 Office 


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Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:44 AM 
Amy Perkins;Matthew Tenchavez;Christina Miller 
Fw: Frank Del Olmo elementary School 
100 N New Hempshire photol.jpg 


Sorry, Forgot the attachment. Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Adrian Maxwell 

Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:30 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Frank Del Olmo elementary School 
Good morning Lt, 

This morning Hope25 responded to the alley over at 100 N New Hempshire Av for homeless outreach and 
56.11 LAMC education. The location is cleared and the homeless person left with all his property. See 
attached photo. 

Sergeant Maxwell 


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To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 4:41 PM 

Brian Buchner;Reiner Reich Bolor 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Outreach Priority Zone 


Hi Brian, 


Sounds Good! Perhaps we can map that out the same day we map out the VA. 
Take Care 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 3:57:48 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Reiner Reich Bolor 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 

Subject: Fwd: CD8 Bridge Housing Outreach Priority Zone 

CD8 Focus Area. See below. Let's discuss next steps tomorrow or Friday. Also attached is a map with particular 
hot spots CD8 wants us to track. 


Thanks. 


-Forwarded message- 

From: Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacity.org > 

Date: Tue, Dec 11, 2018 at 5:24 PM 

Subject: Re: CD8 Bridge Housing Outreach Priority Zone 

To: Aden Binyam < aden.binyam@lacitv.org >, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 
Cc: Rachel Brashier < rachel.brashier@lacity.org > 

Thank you Aden, 

I'm looping in Brian so we can begin on mapping out encampments in that area. Thanks. 


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a 


Christina Miller 

Senior Project Manager, Homeless Strategies 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
christina.miller@lacitv.org 

Office: 213-978-1140 


On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 2:06 PM Aden Binyam < aden.binyam@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Christina, 

Just following up from our call earlier this morning, the priority outreach zones are as follows: 


1. St. Andrews Park =15-20 people, multiple encampments and RV’s 

2. Vernon & 45th st/Western = 10-20 people 

3. Vermont/Florence = alley way 

4. Broadway & Main, 99th & Century = large encampments 


I attached the map of our districts with the locations circled as well. 
Best 

Aden Binyam 

Homelessness and Policy Fellow 

200 N. Spring Street Room 450 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 

T: (213) 473-7008 
aden.binvam@lacitv.orq _ 

MARQUEECE 

COUNCILMEMBER (ffl HARRIS -DAWSON 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 2:48 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 


Perfect.Adrian just advised that they will go out to the location on Monday, I also created an E Mail to 

loop everyone in. 

E. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 2:42:16 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

Thanks, Emada. It’s okay if the team can’t go out until Monday or Tuesday of next week. 
Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (310l]^^H| 


On Dec 12, 2018, at 1:54 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Please see the below string of E Mails. It looks like it started with Christina and Amy and made 
its way through. If Adrian is able to squeeze the VA in tomorrow I will let you know. His team is 
off on Fridays. 

Take Care, 


Emada 


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EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(5>lapd.online 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 1:14 PM 

To: Adrian Maxwell 

Cc: Matthew Tenchavez 

Subject: Fw: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 
Hi Adrian, 

Please see the below E Mail string from the Mayors Office and LAHSA. Does this gentleman and 
location sound familiar? Are you able to have you team go by along with LAHSA again? 

Thanks Much, I know you have a lot on your plate. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546(a>lapd.online 


From: Matthew Tenchavez < mtenchavez(5)lahsa.org > 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 7:18 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Marco Ramirez; Victor Hinderliter 

Subject: Fwd: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 
Hi LT, 

Wanted to see if you can direct the WEST Bureau HOPE team along with our HET to this 
location today? Request from social media directed to the mayor's personal Instagram account. 
See email thread below. 


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Our supervisor when to the location but was cussed out. 


Let me know if possible for today. 
Thanks. 


Matthew 

Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Jose Mendez < imendez@lahsa.org > 

Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 11:36 

To: Amy Perkins; Matthew Tenchavez; Lindsay Saunders; Victor Hinderliter; Donald Holt 
Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

Good morning Amy 

I personally went to conduct outreach to the location listed below and encountered one white 
angry male individual with long blond beard, alot of trash in the area where he stays plus noted 
individual throwing clothes over the fence to numerous properties within the area. As we 
approached individual,! offered services to the individual and he immediately responded 
aggressively, threatening belligerent, cursing back "I don't want anything don't want anything 
get the fuck away from me or I hurt you and anyone that talks to me". 

For safety purposes I recommend law enforcement to intervene. 

Let me know if you have any questions 

Thank you 


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S' 


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Jose Luis Mendez 

Homeless Engagement Team, Supervisor SPA 4, Access & Engagement Department 
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor 
Los Angeles, CA 90017 
Cell: 213-326-1310 
Tel: 213-225-6581 
Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: jmendez@lahsa.org www.lahsa.org 


Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Veritta Lewis < vlewis(5)lahsa.org > 

Sent: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 2:00 PM 
To: Jose Mendez 

Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

Got it. If I had someone to go out with me at this moment, I would take care of it. It never 
appeared on my email. 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Dec 4, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Jose Mendez < jmendez@lahsa.org > wrote: 

> 

> Mayors office request 

> 

> FYI you are attached to email 

> Get Outlook for iOS< https://aka.ms/oOukef > 

> 

> _ 

> From: Malisa Adams < madams@lahsa.org > 

> Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 1:03 PM 

> To: Jose Mendez 

> Cc: Veritta Lewis; Lindsay Saunders; Jerry Couch; Amy Perkins 

> Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> Good afternoon- 

> 

> Received. 

> Thank you 

> 

> Sent from my iPhone 

> 

> On Dec 3, 2018, at 12:47 PM, Jose Mendez 


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< imendez(S>lahsa.org < mailto:imendez(a>lahsa.org » wrote: 

> 

> 

> Good morning team 

> 

> 

> We received a request from the Mayors office! Can you please conduct outreach services to 
the location listed 

> 

> 

Add ress< https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&ci=frank+del+olmo+elementarv 

+address&stick=H4slAAAAAAAAAOPgE- 

LWT9c3LEkpLCkxqdKSzU620s JT04svczPgzOsElNSilKLiwFoisOcLgAAAA&ludocid=65224155Q629 

7734874&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi26JiUs4l_fAhUM84MKHTfxBF0Q6BMwD3oECAYQAw >: 100 N 

New Hampshire Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004 
> 

> Please provide update to Amy and the email chain upon completion? Also attached IG screen 
see below? 

> 

> 

> 

> <pastedlmage.png> 

> 

> 

> 

> Respectfully 

> Jose Luis Mendez 

> Homeless Engagement Team, Supervisor SPA 4, Access & Engagement Department 

> Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

> 811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor 

> Los Angeles, CA 900 17 

>Ce||: H(Hi 

> Tel: 213-225-6581< tel:213-225-6581 > 

> Fax: 213-892-0093< tel:213-892-0093 > 

> Email: jmendez@lahsa.org < mailto:jmendez@lahsa.org > 
www.lahsa.org < https://www.lahsa.org/ > 

> 

> 

> _ 

> From: Amy Perkins 

> Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 9:49 AM 

> To: Jerry Couch; Jose Mendez; Lindsay Saunders 

> Subject: Fw: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> 

> Good morning! 

> 

> Can y'all please deploy a team to this area today and let me know how it goes? 


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> 

> Thank you! 

> 

> 

> [ https://documents.lahsa.org/LAHSAIoRoCLvertical-email.ipg1 

> 

> 

> Amy Perkins, MSW 

> 

> Associate Director of Operations and Training, 

> 

> Access and Engagement 

> Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

> 811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor< https://outlook.office.com/owa/proiection.aspx > 

> Los Angeles, CA 90017< https://outlook.office.com/owa/proiection.aspx > 

> Office: 213-797-4596 

> 


Privacy 


> Fax: 213-892-0093< tel:213-892-0093 > 

> Email: aperkins(5)lahsa.org < mailto:aperkins(5)lahsa.org > 

> www.lahsa.org < https://www.Iahsa.org/ > 

> 

> 

> This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee and may contain information 
that is privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not 
the intended recipient, or the employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the 
intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of 
this communication is strictly prohibited. If you received this e-mail communication in error, 
please immediately notify the sender by replying to this communication or by contacting the 
sender by telephone at 213-797-4596. Thank you. 

> 

> 

> 

> _ 

> From: Christina Miller < christina.miller(a>lacitv.org < mailto:christina.miller(5) lacity.org >> 

> Sent: Sunday, December 2, 2018 4:29 PM 

> To: Amy Perkins 

> Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> Look like the school address is: 

> 

> 

Add ress< https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&ci=frank+del+olmo+elementarv 

+address&stick=H4slAAAAAAAAA0PgE- 

LWT9c3LEkpLCkxqdKSzU620s JT04svczPgzOsElNSilKLiwFoisOcLgAAAA&ludocid=652241550629 

7734874&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi26JjUs4LfAhUM84MKHTfxBF0Q6BMwD3oECAYQAw >: 100 N 

New Hampshire Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004 
> 


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> Will you let me know what the outcome is? 

> 

> 

> 

fhttps://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0B8foax8dJWHYLUU5Z09LUnZGNWs&revid 

=OB8foax8dJWHYT29qaU9kcicvNHRob2hXc3FnUXpzOHowdytRPQl 

> Christina Miller 

> Senior Project Manager, Homeless Strategies 

> Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

> christina.miller(5)lacitv.org < mailto:ramon.covarrubias@ lacity.org > 

> Office: 213-978-1140 

> 

> 

> On Sun, Dec 2, 2018 at 3:28 PM Amy Perkins 
< aperkins(a>lahsa.org < mailto:aperkins(5)lahsa.org >> wrote: 

> Of course! No problem. 

> 

> Sent from my iPhone 

> 

> On Dec 2, 2018, at 12:50 PM, Christina Miller 

< christina.miller(a>lacitv.org < mailto:christina.miller(a>lacitv.org » wrote: 

> 

> Sorry :/ Can I work with you after we get the info? Prob also with the UHRC... 

> 

> 

> 

[https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0B8foax8dJWHYLUU5Z09LUnZGNWs&revid 

=OB8foax8dJWHYT29qaU9kcicvNHRob2hXc3FnUXpzOHowdytRPQl 

> Christina Miller 

> Senior Project Manager, Homeless Strategies 

> Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

> christina.miller(5)lacitv.org < mailto:ramon.covarrubias(5)lacity.org > 

> Office: 213-978-1140 

> 

> 

> .Forwarded message- 

> From: Erica Liepmann < erica.liepmann(5)lacitv.org < mailto:erica.liepmann(5)lacitv.org » 

> Date: Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 7:00 PM 

> Subject: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

>To: Christina Miller < christina.miller(a>lacitv.org < mailto:christina.miller(5)lacitv.org » 

> Cc: Alex Comisar < alex.comisar(5)lacitv.org < mailto:alex.comisar(5)lacitv.org », Andre Herndon 
< andre.herndon(a>lacitv.org < mailto:andre.herndon(5)|acitv.org ». Paul Kadzielski 
< paul.kadzielski(5)|acitv.org < mailto:paul.kadzielski@lacitv.org » 

> 

> 

> Hi Christina, 

> 

> The Mayor responded to a constituent post on social media about homeless Angelenos in 


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their neighborhood near a school. The Mayor said we'd get LAHSA down there his week. Here is 
the link and screenshots of the post attached. 

> 

> 

https://www.instagram.eom/p/Bq3YL9sglHL/7utm source=ig share sheet&igshid=lnt2tlvsn8 

Oei 

> 

> I've reached out to the constituent to get their contact info and will send it to you when I 
have it. 

> 

> Best, 

> Erica 

> — 

> 

[https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=lSerQhgmWYVoLB85UZ3uY98vpKSh7xiXO 

&revid=OB uoq2J10UpUQIIhViNKT014ZGxiaFI2S0p6QXpiekFicXBiPQ1 < http://lamayor.org > 

> Erica Liepmann 

> Communications 

> Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

> 323-401-3506 

> 

> 

> <IMG_7813.jpg> 

> <IMG_7812.jpg> 

> <pastedlmage.png> 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 2:12 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Fw: FOLLOW UP: LA River Drive Through 

Hi Brian, 



It looks like the River Meeting and clean up has been coordinated and scheduled for CD 13. US Army Corp of 
Engineering, DOT, Sanitation, LAHSA and Sergeant Siguenas will be in attendance. I believe this covers the 

Elysian Valley & Glassell Park River areas. Just wanted to keep you in the loop. Hopefully we can mirror this 
in the future and work on the Sepulveda Basin. 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 12:53 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor; Marco Ramirez; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Fw: FOLLOW UP: LA River Drive Through 

Lt, 

Here's some information in case you are interested in attending. 


Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach & Proactive Engagement (HOPE) 
(323) 342-4151 
33808 @LAPD.online 


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From: Hector Vega <hector.vega@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 4:42 PM 

To: Albert Torres; Allen.A.Aguas@usace.army.mil; Amy Perkins; Arturo Siguenas; BLADIMIR CAMPOS; Donald Holt; Eric 
Nguyen; Fernando Gomez; Gabrielle Taylor; Gina Paialii; Gonzalo Barriga; Howard Wong; Jose Mendez; Kelly P. Howard; 
LaKesha Williams; Lenning Davis; Leopoldo Rey; lsaunders@lahsa.org; luis.monterubio@dot.ca.gov; Manuel Durazo; 
marcoz.hernandez@dot.ca.gov; Mary Rodriguez; Michael Affeldt; Lujan, Nicolas J@DOT; Pearl Cortez; Phil Serpa SrSPL; 
Rachel Fox; steve.palma@dot.ca.gov; Steven Pedersen; Victor Hinderliter; Nicolas.R.Figueroa@usace.army.mil 
Subject: FOLLOW UP: LA River Drive Through 

Hello All, 

Thank you to all who responded with their availability. The date with the most people available is 
Tuesday, December 18th from 8:30 am -10:30 am so we will move forward with that date and 
time. Please let us know if neither you nor a representative from your organization is able to join us 
that morning. 

We will meet at the end of Gilroy Street and drive up the path in order for us to determine the 
locations that need to be addressed by our respective agencies. For CD 13, we have a CSLA Day on 
Monday, January 7th which we will use to address the sites within our Council District. 

Please let our office know if you have any questions. I will send a calendar invitation shortly. We hope 
to see you there! 

Best, 


MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


Hector Vega 

Field Deputy (Elysian Valley & Glassell Park) 

Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 
1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 

Phone (213) 207-3019 | Fax (213) 207-3031 | www.cdia.lacitv.org 

nc ms 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 1:55 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Fw: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below string of E Mails. It looks like it started with Christina and Amy and made its way 
through. If Adrian is able to squeeze the VA in tomorrow I will let you know. His team is off on Fridays. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 1:14 PM 

To: Adrian Maxwell 

Cc: Matthew Tenchavez 

Subject: Fw: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 
Hi Adrian, 

Please see the below E Mail string from the Mayors Office and LAHSA. Does this gentleman and location 
sound familiar? Are you able to have you team go by along with LAHSA again? 

Thanks Much, I know you have a lot on your plate. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 


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31546@lapd. online 


From: Matthew Tenchavez <mtenchavez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 7:18 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Marco Ramirez; Victor Hinderliter 

Subject: Fwd: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 
Hi LT, 

Wanted to see if you can direct the WEST Bureau HOPE team along with our HET to this location today? 
Request from social media directed to the mayor's personal Instagram account. See email thread below. 

Our supervisor when to the location but was cussed out. 

Let me know if possible for today. 

Thanks. 


Matthew 

Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Jose Mendez <jmendez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 11:36 

To: Amy Perkins; Matthew Tenchavez; Lindsay Saunders; Victor Hinderliter; Donald Holt 
Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

Good morning Amy 



Let me know if you have any questions 


Thank you 


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Jose Luis Mendez 

Homeless Engagement Team, Supervisor SPA 4, Access & Engagement Department 
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor 
Los Angeles, CA 90017 


Privacy 


Tel: 213-225-6581 
Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: jmendez@lahsa.org www.lahsa.org 


Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Veritta Lewis <vlewis@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 2:00 PM 
To: Jose Mendez 

Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

Got it. If I had someone to go out with me at this moment, I would take care of it. It never appeared on my 
email. 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Dec 4, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Jose Mendez <jmendez@lahsa.org> wrote: 

> 

> Mayors office request 

> 

> FYI you are attached to email 

> Get Outlook for iOS<https://aka.ms/oOukef> 

> 

> _ 

> From: Malisa Adams <madams@lahsa.org> 

> Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 1:03 PM 

> To: Jose Mendez 

> Cc: Veritta Lewis; Lindsay Saunders; Jerry Couch; Amy Perkins 

> Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> Good afternoon- 

> 

> Received. 

> Thank you 

> 

> Sent from my iPhone 

> 

> On Dec 3, 2018, at 12:47 PM, Jose Mendez <jmendez@lahsa.org<mailto:jmendez@lahsa.org» wrote: 


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> 

> 

> Good morning team 

> 

> 

> We received a request from the Mayors office! Can you please conduct outreach services to the location 
listed 

> 

> 

Address<https://www. google. com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=frank+del+olmo+elementary+address&stic 
k=H4slAAAAAAAAAOPgE- 

LWT9c3LEkpLCkxqdKSzll620s_JT04syczPgzOsElNSilKLiwFoisOcLgAAAA&ludocid=6522415506297734874&sa=X 
&ved=2ahUKEwj26Jjlls4LfAhUM84MKHTfxBF0Q6BMwD3oECAYQAw>: 100 N New Hampshire Ave, Los 
Angeles, CA 90004 
> 

> Please provide update to Amy and the email chain upon completion? Also attached IG screen see below? 

> 

> 

> 

> <pastedlmage.png> 

> 

> 

> 

> Respectfully 

> Jose Luis Mendez 

> Homeless Engagement Team, Supervisor SPA 4, Access & Engagement Department 

> Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

> 811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor 

> Los Angeles, CA 900 17 

>Cell: IMHB 

> Tel: 213-225-6581<tel:213-225-6581> 

> Fax: 213-892-0093<tel:213-892-0093> 

> Email: jmendez@lahsa.org<mailto:jmendez@lahsa.org> www.lahsa.org<https://www.Iahsa.org/> 

> 

> 

> _ 

> From: Amy Perkins 

> Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 9:49 AM 

> To: Jerry Couch; Jose Mendez; Lindsay Saunders 

> Subject: Fw: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> 

> Good morning! 

> 

> Can y'all please deploy a team to this area today and let me know how it goes? 

> 

> Thank you! 

> 


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> 

> [https://documents.lahsa.org/LAHSAIogoCLvertical-email.jpg] 

> 

> 

> Amy Perkins, MSW 

> 

> Associate Director of Operations and Training, 

> 

> Access and Engagement 

> Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) 

> 811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor<https://outlook.office.com/owa/projection.aspx> 

> Los Angeles, CA 90017<https://outlook.office.com/owa/projection.aspx> 

> Office: 213-797-4596 

> 


Privacy 


> Fax: 213-892-0093<tel:213-892-0093> 

> Email: aperkins@lahsa.org<mailto:aperkins@lahsa.org> 

> www.lahsa.org<https://www.Iahsa.org/> 

> 

> 

> This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee and may contain information that is 
privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the intended 
recipient, or the employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are 
hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If 
you received this e-mail communication in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this 
communication or by contacting the sender by telephone at 213-797-4596. Thank you. 

> 

> 

> 

> _ 

> From: Christina Miller <christina.miller@lacity.org<mailto:christina.miller@lacity.org» 

> Sent: Sunday, December 2, 2018 4:29 PM 

> To: Amy Perkins 

> Subject: Re: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> 

> Look like the school address is: 

> 

> 

Address<https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=frank+del+olmo+elementary+address&stic 

k=H4slAAAAAAAAA0PgE- 

LWT9c3LEkpLCkxqdKSzU620s_JT04syczPgzOsElNSilKLiwFoisOcLgAAAA&ludocid=6522415506297734874&sa=X 
&ved=2ahUKEwj26Jjlls4LfAhUM84MKHTfxBF0Q6BMwD3oECAYQAw>: 100 N New Hampshire Ave, Los 
Angeles, CA 90004 
> 

> Will you let me know what the outcome is? 

> 

> 

> 


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[https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0B8foax8dJWHYLUU5Z09LUnZGN\A/s&revid=0B8foax8dJW 

HYT29qaU9kcjcyNHRob2hXc3FnUXpzOHowdytRPQ] 

> Christina Miller 

> Senior Project Manager, Homeless Strategies 

> Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

> Christina. miller@lacity.org<mailto:ramon.covarrubias@lacity.org> 

> Office: 213-978-1140 

> 

> 

> On Sun, Dec 2, 2018 at 3:28 PM Amy Perkins <aperkins@lahsa.org<mailto:aperkins@lahsa.org» wrote: 

> Of course! No problem. 

> 

> Sent from my iPhone 

> 

> On Dec 2, 2018, at 12:50 PM, Christina Miller 

<christina.miller@lacity.org<mailto:christina.miller(5)lacity.org» wrote: 

> 

> Sorry :/ Can I work with you after we get the info? Prob also with the UHRC... 

> 

> 

> 

[https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0B8foax8dJWHYLUU5Z09LUnZGNWs&revid=0B8foax8dJW 

HYT29qaU9kcjcyNHRob2hXc3FnUXpzOHowdytRPQ] 

> Christina Miller 

> Senior Project Manager, Homeless Strategies 

> Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

> Christina.miller@lacity.org<mailto:ramon.covarrubias@lacity.org> 

> Office: 213-978-1140 

> 

> 

> .Forwarded message- 

> From: Erica Liepmann <erica.liepmann@lacity.org<mailto:erica.liepmann@lacity.org» 

> Date: Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 7:00 PM 

> Subject: Request from MEG — LAHSA follow up with constituent 

> To: Christina Miller <christina.miller@lacity.org<mailto:christina.miller@lacity.org>> 

> Cc: Alex Comisar <alex.comisar@lacity.org<mailto:alex.comisar@lacity.org», Andre Herndon 
<andre.herndon@lacity.org<mailto:andre.herndon@lacity.org», Paul Kadzielski 
<paul.kadzielski@lacity.org<mailto:paul.kadzielski@lacity.org» 

> 

> 

> Hi Christina, 

> 

> The Mayor responded to a constituent post on social media about homeless Angelenos in their 
neighborhood near a school. The Mayor said we'd get LAHSA down there his week. Here is the link and 
screenshots of the post attached. 

> 

> https://www.instagram.com/p/Bq3YL9sglHL/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=lnt2tlvsn80ei 

> 


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> I've reached out to the constituent to get their contact info and will send it to you when I have it. 

> 

> Best, 

> Erica 

> — 

> 

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From: 

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To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 10, 2018 8:44 PM 
Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 
El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Commander and Brian, 

Please see the below information regarding two incidents in El Pueblo today. There were no incidents to report 
last week. 

Thanks Much, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 

Sent: Monday, December 10, 2018 4:15 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: El Pueblo O/T Detail Summary 12/10/2018 


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2 . 


(Paseo De La Plaza / Main St) - Officers observed 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 


(Alameda St / N. Los Angeles St) Officers observed 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 



Matthew can you verify if this person is a client in ABH site. 


Respectfully, 


Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 


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Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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From: 

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Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, December 07, 2018 7:53 AM 
Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 
Celina Robles;Monique Contreras,'Monica Helper 
Fwd: Civic center #2 

IMG_1551.jpg; IMG_1552.jpg; IMG_1553.jpg; IMG_1554.jpg; IMG_1555.jpg 


Good Morning, 


Please see the below E Mail and concern regarding the area across the street from City Hall and the Civic 
Center (301 N. Main). 



Brian, are you able to pull a meeting together with the people in the below E Mail and maybe a County Health 


representative'? 


Privacy 


Privacy 



Any advice will be useful, Thank You. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Monica Helper <37443@lapd.online> 

Sent: Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:35 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Carolyn Cook; Michael Flanagan; Matthew Tenchavez; Edward Petterez; 
pierre.riotoc@lacity.org; Albert Torres; Timothy Harrelson; Richard Musquiz 
Subject: Re: Civic center #2 


Good Evening Ma'am, as per your conversation with Sgt. Petterez, 


We were made aware that we have a confirmed individual with Typhus in Civic Center. 



This is the same location, that I had emailed you on November 20th , asking for support. 


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In the past Rec/Park has done a clean-up in the areas they are responsible for. Our Officers and I here as 
security services have offered them outreach on multiple occasions. We met today with Pierre Riotoc, from 
General Services, assistant Director of Special Services, and few more GSD staff and made them aware of 
the high importance in getting this area cleaned, as well as outreach services for these individuals due to the 
confirmed Typhus situation. 


My personal contact number is 


Privacy 


if you have any further question or concerns. 


Monica Helper 

Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 
Security Services Division 
201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


Privacy 


Email: 37443@LAPD. ONLINE 

Follow me on Twitter 

Follow me on Facebook @ SLO 


From: Monica Helper 

Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 11:09 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Carolyn Cook; Michael Flanagan; Matthew Tenchavez; Edward Petterez 
Subject: Re: Civic center #2 

Good Morning Ma'am, 

The actual address is 300 N. Main Street, Space 301 This is the old children museum/discovery center. This 
is public property, which is closed to the public between the hours of 7:00 P.M to 5:00 A.M every day of the 
week. I am working on getting signage posted around the building as well as getting the power outlets 
capped. I have had the assistance of Rec/Park and they have been able to Post/Clean-Up the areas of their 
responsibility. The SECSD cycle unit and I have been coming in early and educating the homeless on taking 
down their tents as well as outreach. Majority of them have refused services. Rumors has it that the reason 
this area is growing with homeless and their property, is because they are being made aware in the future this 
location might become a winter shelter/ Bridge to Home. They also have the understanding that they will get 
priority if they are in the area. The Civic Center is unique in getting clean up, due to Rec/Park maintain grass, 
trees, plants and planters. Sanitation the Sidewalk and GSD the Civic Center property. 

Thank You, 


Monica Helper 


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Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 
Security Services Division 
201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


Privacy 


Email: 37443@LAPD. ONLINE 

Follow me on Twitter^.^<p' * 
Follow me on Facebook @ SLO 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 4:44:38 PM 

To: Monica Helper 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Carolyn Cook; Michael Flanagan; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Re: Civic center #2 

Hi Monica, 

We can absolutely assist you with Clean up. I have included Carolyn Cook from LA Sanitation Watershed in 
this E Mail as well as Officer Tyrone Acosta from OCB HOPE and Sergeant Flanagan from Central (SLO 
Supervisor). I have a couple of questions: 

Can you give me an exact address for the locations; I noticed in one of the photos it is on a business property 
with a lot of trash and we need to identify if that is something Sanitation can clean or is it the responsibility of 
the business (from the photos this location looks like it is behind City Hall). You stated that it is Civic Center 
Property but an exact address would be great for Posting and Clean Up documentation purposes. 

OCB HOPE can conduct Rapid Response in this area which they can schedule in between their other Central 
Bureau locations. Matthew from LAHSA also advised that he has a team assigned to this area daily conducting 
Outreach. The Homeless Help Desk located on Los Angeles Street has LAHSA Outreach workers as well as 
Multiple Disciplinary E6 Team members from the Peoples Concern conducting daily outreach. 

Sergeant Flanagan, does Central have a Westside Detail assigned around this area that SLO Helper can 
coordinate with as well? 

Thank You all in advance, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 


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(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Monica Helper 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 3:53 PM 
To: mtenchavez@lahsa.org; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras 
Subject: Fw: Civic center #2 

I could use your support on getting outreach/ a scheduled clean-up. This is located on Main St 
(Eastside)/Aliso. This on Civic Center Property. 

I have reached out to you in the past and continue to ask for your support. Here in the Civic Center we have 
limited resources. This location continues to grow with Trash and Homeless encampment. I have reached out 
to Park Rangers and they have been able to help me in areas around the civic center, that are maintained by 
Parks and Rees. Although most of these individuals are not on Park Rec responsibility, but instead are on Public 
Property that is maintained by GSD. 

Thank You, 

Monica Helper 

Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 
Security Services Division 
201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


Privacy 


Email: 37443@LAPD. ONLINE 

Follow me on Twitter 
Follow me on Facebook @ SLO 


Privacy 


From: Monica <| 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 2:42 PM 
To: Monica Helper 
Subject: Civic center #2 


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From: 

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To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 2:26 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Adrian Maxwell;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles,'Paul Jordan 
Fw: Schrader ABH, need trash bins 

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Hi Brian, 


Please see the attached photos. This is in the Schrader Zone very close to a school. Students can not walk 
along the sidewalk and the trash in the area is increasing. One suggestion would be a Trash Bin; I know that 
we are in the 90 Day Protocol but it may be necessary to conduct a Rapid Response at this location to mitigate 
it growing out of control. There are other locations in the zone that need this type of attention. I have 
included the Hollywood Senior Lead Officer for this area who advised he is getting an increase in complaints 
from the Community and Businesses. 

If we are able to place bins in the area then maybe LAHSA can help ensure they are utilized and educate the 
unsheltered individuals. Please let me know your thoughts and how we should move forward. 

Thanks in Advance Brian, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 12:24 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor 
Subject: Schrader ABH, need trash bins 


Hi LT, 


Just wanted to inform you on the status of Schrader ABH. Currently on Selma and Las Palmas there is a lot of 
trash on the sidewalk. I was hoping LAHSA could educate the homeless regarding the amount of trash and 
lead with services. I just wanted you to see what I'm seeing. I reached out to the SLO Paul Jordan. He 
advised anything would help. 


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FYI only 


Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 1:44 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 

Fw: LA River Drive Through 


Hi Brian, 


Here is another request from Council District 13. They are requesting an on-site meeting and drive 
through along the LA River in order to coordinate a clean up with various entities. Are you aware of 
this? 

Thanks Much, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas 

Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 1:07 PM 
To: Hector Vega 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Monique Contreras 
Subject: RE: LA River Drive Through 

Good afternoon, 

December 19, 2018, 0830 to 1030 hours, would work best for me. 


Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach and Proactive Engagement Team (HOPE) 
(323) 342-4151 (office) 

33808@lapd.online 


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From: Hector Vega [mailto:hector.vega@lacity.org] 

Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2018 1:02 PM 

To: Jose Mendez <jmendez@lahsa.org>; lsaunders@lahsa.org; LaKesha Williams <lwilliams@lahsa.org>; Pearl 
Cortez <pcortez@lahsa.org>; Amy Perkins <aperkins@lahsa.org>; Leopoldo Rey <32490@lapd.online>; Steven 
Pedersen <steven.pedersen@lacity.org>; Mary Rodriguez <mary.d.rodriguez@lacity.org>; Eric Nguyen 
<eric.l.nguyen@usace.army.mil>; Kelly P. Howard <kelly.p.howard@usace.army.mil>; Donald Holt 
<dholt@lahsa.org>; Gabrielle Taylor <gabrielle.taylor@lacity.org>; Lujan, Nicolas J@D0T 
<nicolas.lujan@dot.ca.gov>; Rachel Fox <Rachel.Fox@lacity.org>; Gonzalo Barriga 
<gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org>; BLADIMIR CAMPOS <bladimir.campos@lacity.org>; Fernando Gomez 
<fernando.gomez@mrca.ca.gov>; Manuel Durazo <manuel.durazo@dot.ca.gov>; Gina Paialii 
<30347@lapd.online>; Lenning Davis <26028@lapd.online>; Howard Wong <howard.wong@lacity.org>; 
Albert Torres <albert.torres@lacity.org>; Phil Serpa Sr SPL <phillip.j.serpa@usace.army.mil>; Michael Affeldt 
<michael.affeldt@lacity.org>; Arturo Siguenas <33808@lapd.online> 

Subject: LA River Drive Through 

Hello All, 

Our office would like schedule an on-site meeting and drive through along the LA River in order to 
coordinate a clean up with our respective agencies and departments. Can you please let me know if 
you are available any of the following days and we'll pick the date with the most people available: 

Tuesday, December 18th 8:30 am -10:30 am 
Wednesday, December 19th 8:30 am -10:30 am 
Thursday, December 20th 8:30 am -10:30 am 

I look forward to hearing fro you all. Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Best, 


MITCH 


O'FARRELL 


#LACOUNCIL 


Hector Vega 

Field Deputy (Elysian Valley & Glassell Park) 

Office of Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell 
1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 

Phone (213) 207-3019 | Fax (213) 207-3031 | www.cdia.lacitv.org 

nam© 


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Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 03, 2018 8:19 PM 
Brian Buchner;Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez 
Simran Sandhu;Christina Miller;Dominic Choi 
Re: CD9 Focus Area - 2817 S. Hope St. 

Hi Brian, 


From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


I will have the Officers from the UHRC go out and map your request tomorrow. 

Robert and Marco, please see the below E Mail Request for us to utilize the Encampment App to count tents for 
the pending ABH site in CD 9. The boundaries are : 

N: E. Washington Blvd. 

E: S. Main St. 

S: E. Jefferson Blvd. 

W: 110 Freeway (including underpass) 

Can you please complete this after our Morning Brief. I appreciate it. 

Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 10:47 AM 


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To: Reiner Reich Bolor; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Simran Sandhu; Christina Miller 
Subject: Re: CD9 Focus Area - 2817 S. Hope St. 

Hi, checking on the status of CD9’s proposed Focus Area for S. Hope Street. I don’t see it on the UHRC map. 
We need to get encampments mapped at this location ASAP. 

Also, Simran, can we please make it so the full name of the Priority Area displays on the drop down menu? As 
it is currently, you can only see the first few words and then an ellipses. 

Thanks. 

Brian 

On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 4:51 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 

We have a proposed Focus Area for CD9’s Bridge Home site, located at 2817 S. Hope St. We’d like to 
area mapped ASAP. Given the possibility of rain / adverse weather in the next few days, maybe we try 
thing next week. 

The proposed Focus Area boundaries are as follows: 

N: E. Washington Blvd. 

E: S. Main St. 

S: E. Jefferson Blvd. 

W: 110 Freeway (including underpass) 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


get this 
for first 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213 ) 978-3107 c. { 3101 ^^H 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 03, 2018 5:02 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi 

Daily Update for El Pueblo 


Hi Brian, 

There is nothing significant to report today. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, December 03, 2018 2:18 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 


Thanks Much Brian!! That's great. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TING!RIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 1:54:50 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 

Thanks, Emada. We're actually meeting with most of the council chiefs of staff this week. I'll make sure we 
raise this with them. You're right we're not going to be able to eliminate this entirely but hopefully we can 
minimize the extent of demands coming directly from council offices. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. 


On Dec 3, 2018, at 1:47 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546(5>lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Please see the below E Mails from Jose. These are the type of requests the HOPE Sergeants are 
getting directly from the Council District offices. They are requesting us to prevent 
encampments and sometimes this can get sticky especialy if we do not have a permanent 
solution. Is it possible to re-visit the Council District offices to ensure they are tunneling all of 


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their requests through the UHRC, this way all coordination and services involved are on the 
same page and the HOPE Teams are not getting direction from multiple entities? 

I know that this can not be completely prevented, but some offices are becoming more 
demanding on the teams and we have to be balanced in addressing every Division/Bureau. 

Thanks Much, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546(a>lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas 

Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 1:28 PM 

To: Jose Rodriguez; Ruben Arellano 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Lenny Torres; Luis Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: RE: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 

Good afternoon Jose, 

From the picture, these encampments seem a little too big for Rapid Response. I will have the 
HOPE team respond next week to conduct outreach and education. Once the CSLA is 
conducted, we will follow-up with this site. 

I included the UHRC and the Northeast team so they are aware of this problem. 


Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach and Proactive Engagement Team (HOPE) 
(323) 342-4151 (office) 

33808(5>lapd.online 

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From: Jose Rodriguez [ mailto:iose.a.rodriguez(g>lacitv.org1 
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2018 11:41 AM 


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To: Arturo Siguenas < 33808(5)lapd.online >; Ruben Arellano < 32338(5>lapd.online > 

Subject: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 

Guys, 

CD1 is starting to get calls about the increased amount of encampments on Ave 61. 

We now have about 10 tents that never come down and completely blocked entire sidewalk. 

A few have set up pop up tents too. 

Our next CSLA here is 12/18 so we need some help this week. After 12/18 will need help w plan 
to prevent occurrence as much as possible. 

Thanks, 

Jose Rodriguez, Deputy District Director 

Office of Los Angeles City Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo 

Council District 1 

District Office 

5577 N. Figueroa St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90042 
(323) 550-1538 Office 

Sign up for our newsletter here: 
http://www.gilcedillo.com/newsletter sign up 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, December 03, 2018 1:48 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 

Fw: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below E Mails from Jose. These are the type of requests the HOPE Sergeants are getting 
directly from the Council District offices. They are requesting us to prevent encampments and sometimes this 
can get sticky especialy if we do not have a permanent solution. Is it possible to re-visit the Council District 
offices to ensure they are tunneling all of their requests through the UHRC, this way all coordination and 
services involved are on the same page and the HOPE Teams are not getting direction from multiple entities? 

I know that this can not be completely prevented, but some offices are becoming more demanding on the 
teams and we have to be balanced in addressing every Division/Bureau. 

Thanks Much, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas 

Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018 1:28 PM 

To: Jose Rodriguez; Ruben Arellano 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Lenny Torres; Luis Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: RE: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 

Good afternoon Jose, 

From the picture, these encampments seem a little too big for Rapid Response. I will have the HOPE team 
respond next week to conduct outreach and education. Once the CSLA is conducted, we will follow-up with 
this site. 

I included the UHRC and the Northeast team so they are aware of this problem. 


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Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 
Operations-Central Bureau 

Homeless Outreach and Proactive Engagement Team (HOPE) 
(323) 342-4151 (office) 

33808@lapd.online 



From: Jose Rodriguez [mailto:jose.a.rodriguez@lacity.org] 

Sent: Monday, December 03, 2018 11:41 AM 

To: Arturo Siguenas <33808@lapd.online>; Ruben Arellano <32338@lapd.online> 

Subject: CD1 Request: Ave 61 between Fig/ Piedmont Encampments 

Guys, 

CD1 is starting to get calls about the increased amount of encampments on Ave 61. 

We now have about 10 tents that never come down and completely blocked entire sidewalk. 

A few have set up pop up tents too. 

Our next CSLA here is 12/18 so we need some help this week. After 12/18 will need help w plan to prevent 
occurrence as much as possible. 

Thanks, 

Jose Rodriguez, Deputy District Director 

Office of Los Angeles City Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo 

Council District 1 

District Office 

5577 N. Figueroa St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90042 
(323) 550-1538 Office 

Sign up for our newsletter here: 
http://www.gilcedillo.com/newsletter sign up 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 5:40 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
Fwd: LA River Warning Update 


Hi Commander and Brian, 


Just an FYI of LAHSA/LAPD HOPE efforts today for the Flood Warnings. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Matthew Tenchavez <mtenchavez@lahsa.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 4:28 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: LA River Warning Update 

Hello Lt. Tingiriides, 

Thank you for coordinating LAPD HOPE to assist our HET HOPE HET staff during our River Warning for tonight's 
rains. I wanted to update you with the metrics and the locations. 

Valley Bureau 


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LA River 

Eton/ Vanowen: 7 Individuals 

Central Bureau 
LA River 

West of Los Feliz Blvd: 26 individual 
East Side of Los Feliz Blvd: 9 individual 
Ave 64 & 110 FWY: 10 individuals 

HET staff along with LAPD informed those living along the riverbed that the forecast projected for rain tonight. 
HETstaff will be in the surrounding river areas tomorrow once rain starts, more than likely PD support will be 
needed. I understand that LAFD already have their protocols and rescue teams standing-by. 



HOMELESS 

SERVICES 

AUTHORITY 


Matthew A. Tenchavez 
Unified Homelessness 
Response Center Manager, 
Access & Engagement 
Department 

Los Angeles Homeless Services 


Authority (LAHSA) 


811 Wilshire Boulevard, 6th 
Floor 

Los Angeles, CA 90017 
Cell: 

Tel: 213-797-4577 
Fax: 213-892-0093 


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Email: mtenchavez@lahsa.org 
www.lahsa.org 


This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent 
responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution or copying 
of this communication is strictly prohibited. Be aware that most communications with LAHSA are subject to disclosure under the 
California Public Records Act. If you received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this 
communication or by telephone Thank you. 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 3:09 PM 

Mayor UHRC;Dominic Choi 

Re: Encampment at Venice Holiday Sign Lighting 


Thank You for the information Brian, 

I also spoke to Maxwell and he did not respond to this E Mail and had not taken any action. 
Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: brian.buchner@lacity.org <brian.buchner@lacity.org> on behalf of Mayor UHRC <uhrc@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 1:58:37 PM 

To: Dominic Choi; Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Fwd: Encampment at Venice Holiday Sign Lighting 

FYI; Taylor from CD11 is asking for a particular kind of intervention (see below) and only included Adrian in 
the request. You may want to check-in so PD doesn't get involved in "commanding" movement of personal 
property at Taylor's request. 

-Forwarded message- 

From: Taylor Bazley < taylor.bazlev@lacity.org > 

Date: Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 11:22 AM 

Subject: Encampment at Venice Floliday Sign Lighting 

To: Joy Bryant <jov.bryant@lacitv.org >, Adrian Maxwell <32387@lapd.online>, Mayor UHRC 
< uhrc@lacity.org > 


Hi All - 

There is a small single person encampment at the site of this special event (Windward and Pacific in Venice) 
this Saturday that would obstruct the high profile neighborhood event. What is our capacity to command the 
personal property be moved in advance of the event? 

-Taylor 


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From: < DoNotReplv@specialevents.lacity.org > 

Date: Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 12:10 PM 

Subject: BSS Special Event - Permit Approved - Venice Holiday Sign Lighting - BSS Ref#: 20182042-2018 - 


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on 12/1/2018 6:00:00 AM 
To: < taylor.bazley@lacitv.org > 


Pennit for this Event has been approved. 

Please enter the actual costs of the services and pennit provide after the event occurs, 
click here to see details. http://specialevents.lacity.org/SpecialEvent/Details7EventkN9450 


Taylor Bazley 

Field Deputy - Venice, OFW, Silver Strand, Marina Peninsula 
Councilmember Mike Bonin 
City of Los Angeles 



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Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 1:28 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Arturo Siguenas;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
El Pueblo Zone incident 


Hi Commander and Brain, 


From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Sergeant Siguenas and his HOPE team were in the El Pueblo Special Enhancement Cleaning Zone ( 535 N. Main 
Street) along with LAHSA and the VICE News crew who was doing a story on LAHSA operations. VICE News 
was in the process of asking Sergeant Sigueas questions about LAPP HOPE operations and wanted to conduct 


an interview with him. At this same 


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Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 12:34 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 
Re: CSLA and RRT for 11/28 


Hi Brian, 


Officer Chellew sent the locations to you at 0830 this morning. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 12:23:03 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: CSLA and RRT for 11/28 

I didn't receive today's locations. Did I miss? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma ~ ' "Sarcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 10:55 AM 
Brian Buchner;Reiner Reich Bolor 
Simran Sandhu 
Re: CD11 Zone 


Thank Brian, 


Sorry about that. Your E Mail indicated that this was the Special Enforcement Zone around the Bridge Housing 
site. Reiner has changed the colors. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 10:48:24 AM 

To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Cc: Simran Sandhu; Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: CD11 Zone 

Please change the polygons back to the color scheme I asked for. The larger polygon is not the proposed special 
enforcement zone. The larger polygon should be orange and the smaller polygon, which is currently the 
boundary of the shelter, should be green. 

Simran, can you do what you did in Hollywood and create heat maps of encampments in the focus area and add 
polygons around them to represent "enhanced outreach zones"? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 9:55 AM Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> wrote: 

Good morning everyone, 

I looked at the boundaries again on SALUS and based on the streets identified below, the larger polygon 
should be green to represent the special enforcement cleaning zone. 

N: City boundary 
W: Ocean Front Walk 


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S: Venice Blvd 

E: 6th street south to where it connects with Electric, and Electric southeast to where it 
connect with Venice Blvd. 

The smaller polygon is the proposed ABH site perimeter (100 Sunset Ave.). Until we get further guidance we 
can start mapping out the enhanced outreach locations. 

The three flags in the Venice Area all represent different data collections: 

The first one that we created is the Venice & Globe Encampment area to maintain situational awareness due 
to constant complaints and criminal activity. The second flag is the Venice Beach Encampment Count that 
Chief Moore requested Pacific Division to maintain a daily count of homeless encampments on the beach and 
on OFW. Then, the third flag is for the CD 11 ABH Site. 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 10:56:03 PM 
To: Simran Sandhu 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: CD11 Zone 

Thanks, Simran! 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (MOilHHi 


On Nov 27, 2018, at 10:35 PM, Simran Sandhu 



wrote: 


Hi Brian, 


I hope all is well. The UHRC asked the SALUS Tech Team to archive the Venice Beach 
Encampment Data that was collected in Oct. 2018. I believe they collected data in CD11 this 


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morning. It was adjusted only in the UHRC Dashboard. It has now been adjusted in the UHRC 
Map Tool as well. Please let us know if you would like to display the data that was collected in 
Oct. 2018inSALUS. 


CD11 Metro ABH Focus Area is now the larger polygon. It matches the Hollywood Focus Area 
color scheme. It is now orange/coral. CD11 Metro ABH SECZ is now the smaller polygon. It 
matches the Hollywood Focus Area color scheme. It is now green. 

The “Planned Event Flag” (orange) within the CD 11 SECZ now has the following 
Event/Incident Name: CD 11 Metro ABH SECZ. It now has a separate drop-down tab within the 
Dashboard. A new Planned Event Flag (orange) was planted within the CD 11 Metro Focus 
Area. It now has the following Event/Incident Name: CD11 Metro ABH. It also has it has a 
separate drop-down tab within the Dashboard. 


* Please note: the Hollywood Area only has one Event/Incident Flag associated with the entire 
area, so it is easier to filter in the Dashboard. The Venice area now has a total of 3 flags so the 
total counts will be fdtered by specified flags names (i.e., SECZ, Focus Area, Encampment 
Count, etc.) You may want to consider using one flag within the Venice Beach ABH Site to 
keep it consistent with the Hollywood Area. 


Please let me kn ow if you have any questions. Happy to help. 

Thank You! 

-Simran 


Simran Sandhu 

Program Manager 


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Homeland Security Advisory Council 

5670 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 550 
Los Angeles, CA 90036 
Office: 13101 
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Email: 



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From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 3:59 PM 

To: Reiner Reich L Bolor < 41517@lapd.online >; Simran Sandhu 

Cc: Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > 

Subject: CD11 Zone 



Can one of you please make the CD11 Metro ABH Focus Area = the larger polygon? Right 
now it only says 1 encampment but I can see more pins in the larger area. There should be a 
separate drop down tab for the CD11 Metro ABH SECZ, which is the smaller green polygon. 


Lastly, can you make it so the color scheme matches the Hollywood Focus Area's? The SECZ 
should be green and the Focus Area should be Coral/Orange. 


Thanks. 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|MM 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)fmH 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 6:24 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 

Neither individual was Homeless. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 6:22 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: El Pueblo Daily Update 

Thanks, Emada. Was the individual arrested also homeless? 
Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


On Nov 27, 2018, at 6:08 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 
Hi Brian, 


ABH Overtime Officers were flagged down in the area of Soring and Cesar Chave: 


gj Investigatory 


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Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 



From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 6:08 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 


ABH Overtime Officers were flagged down 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


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Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Please let me know if you have any questions. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, November 26, 2018 5:43 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 

Jose P. Garcia;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras;Gonzalo Barriga;Steven Pedersen 
Re: VICE News Reporter with HOPE/HET Teams 


Hi Commander, 


I sent out an E Mail last week at all of the OCB Central Officers and included Sergeant Moody and Lieutenant 
Duke. 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 5:42 PM 
To: Brian Buchner 

Cc: Jose P. Garcia; Celina Robles; Monique Contreras; Gonzalo Barriga; Steven Pedersen; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: VICE News Reporter with HOPE/HET Teams 

Celina/Monique, 

Please make sure Central and OCB Hope are advised. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Nov 26, 2018, at 5:20 PM, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@ / lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Dominic and Pepe, 


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A VICE News reporter will be out with the CSLA Team in El Pueblo tomorrow, and again on 
Wednesday with the HOPE/HET Teams in El Pueblo. LASAN will be the lead (VICE has been 
coordinating with SAN and our office). 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)^^^| 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, November 26, 2018 4:32 PM 

To: 

Hannah Levien,'Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Salvador Rosales;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew;mtenchavez@lahsa.org;Adrian 
Maxwell;Carolyn Cook 

Subject: 

Re: Venice 8i Globe 


Hi Hannah, 

OCB HOPE conducted a Rapid Response at Venice and Globe this morning. 
Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Hannah Levien <hannah.levien@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 4:10:07 PM 
To: Brian Buchner 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Salvador Rosales; Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; mtenchavez@lahsa.org; Adrian Maxwell; 
Carolyn Cook 

Subject: Re: Venice & Globe 

Thanks all, much appreciated. Let me know when you do make it out there so that I can alert the community. 

Best, 

Hannah 

On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 11:48 AM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@dacity.org > wrote: 

Thanks! 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. 


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On Nov 26, 2018, at 8:59 AM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 

We have a City Wide Sanitation HOPE Team working West Bureau today. Sal is going to check 
with them to see if they are able to re-route them to Venice and Globe. Will keep you posted. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546(a>lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:40 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Salvador Rosales; Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Hannah Levien; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Re: Venice & Globe 

UHRC team. 

Can we please schedule a spot cleaning of the Venice and Globe location this week, today if 
possible? This is a request of the Council Office, which is copied here. 

Thanks. 


Brian 


On Thu, Nov 22, 2018 at 12:43 PM Hannah Levien < hannah.levien(5>lacity.org > wrote: 
Thanks Brian! 


Hey folks - let me know when you might be able to deploy reso urces next week, feel free to 
call me next week and we can coordinate. Cell 


On Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 9:00 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 
We do. Copying UHRC staff on this email. 

Thanks! Happy Thanksgiving to you too! 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. | HlljaHI 


On Nov 21, 2018, at 1:52 PM, Hannah Levien < hannah.levien(g>lacitv.orR > wrote: 
Hey Brian, 

Does the UHRC have availability to conduct a spot clean next week at the 
Venice & Globe location? Let me know. 



Happy Thanksgiving! 

Best, 

Hannah 



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City of Los An geles 

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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:59 AM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Cc: Salvador Rosales;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew;Hannah Levien;Matthew 

Tenchavez;Adrian Maxwell;Carolyn Cook 
Subject: Re: Venice & Globe 

Hi Brian, 

We have a City Wide Sanitation HOPE Team working West Bureau today. Sal is going to check with them to 
see if they are able to re-route them to Venice and Globe. Will keep you posted. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 8:40 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Salvador Rosales; Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Hannah Levien; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Re: Venice & Globe 

UHRC team. 

Can we please schedule a spot cleaning of the Venice and Globe location this week, today if possible? This is a 
request of the Council Office, which is copied here. 

Thanks. 


Brian 


On Thu, Nov 22, 2018 at 12:43 PM Hannah Levien < hannah.levien(g>lacity.org > wrote: 
Thanks Brian! 


Hey folks - let me know when 
week and we can coordinate. 


you might be able t o deploy resources next week, feel free to cal 
Cell-I 


Privacy 


me next 


On Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 9:00 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5> lacity.org > wrote: 


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We do. Copying UHRC staff on this email. 


Thanks! Happy Thanksgiving to you too! 
Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. I lll||P—| 


On Nov 21, 2018, at 1:52 PM, Hannah Levien < hannah.levien(5)lacity.org > wrote: 

Hey Brian, 

Does the UHRC have availability to conduct a spot clean next week at the Venice & Globe 
location? Let me know. 


Happy Thanksgiving! 


Best, 

Hannah 



Hannah Levien 

Field Deputy - West LA/Mar Vista 
Councilmember Mike Bonin 
Cit^ofLo^Angeles 

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Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 1:06 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Fw: Civic center #2 


Hi Brian, 


From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Just wanted to keep you in the loop regarding one of th potential ABH sites in Central Division. Please see the 
below string of E Mails. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Monica Helper 

Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 11:09 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Carolyn Cook; Michael Flanagan; Matthew Tenchavez; Edward Petterez 
Subject: Re: Civic center #2 

Good Morning Ma'am, 

The actual address is 300 N. Main Street, Space 301 This is the old children museum/discovery center. This 
is public property, which is closed to the public between the hours of 7:00 P.M to 5:00 A.M every day of the 
week. I am working on getting signage posted around the building as well as getting the power outlets 
capped. I have had the assistance of Rec/Park and they have been able to Post/Clean-Up the areas of their 
responsibility. The SECSD cycle unit and I have been coming in early and educating the homeless on taking 
down their tents as well as outreach. Majority of them have refused services. Rumors has it that the reason 
this area is growing with homeless and their property, is because they are being made aware in the future this 
location might become a winter shelter/ Bridge to Home. They also have the understanding that they will get 
priority if they are in the area. The Civic Center is unique in getting clean up, due to Rec/Park maintain grass, 
trees, plants and planters. Sanitation the Sidewalk and GSD the Civic Center property. 

Thank You, 


Monica Helper 

Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 


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Security Services Division 

201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 4:44:38 PM 

To: Monica Helper 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Carolyn Cook; Michael Flanagan; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Re: Civic center #2 

Hi Monica, 

We can absolutely assist you with Clean up. I have included Carolyn Cook from LA Sanitation Watershed in 
this E Mail as well as Officer Tyrone Acosta from OCB HOPE and Sergeant Flanagan from Central (SLO 
Supervisor). I have a couple of questions: 

Can you give me an exact address for the locations; I noticed in one of the photos it is on a business property 
with a lot of trash and we need to identify if that is something Sanitation can clean or is it the responsibility of 
the business (from the photos this location looks like it is behind City Hall). You stated that it is Civic Center 
Property but an exact address would be great for Posting and Clean Up documentation purposes. 

OCB HOPE can conduct Rapid Response in this area which they can schedule in between their other Central 
Bureau locations. Matthew from LAHSA also advised that he has a team assigned to this area daily conducting 
Outreach. The Homeless Help Desk located on Los Angeles Street has LAHSA Outreach workers as well as 
Multiple Disciplinary E6 Team members from the Peoples Concern conducting daily outreach. 

Sergeant Flanagan, does Central have a Westside Detail assigned around this area that SLO Helper can 
coordinate with as well? 

Thank You all in advance, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: Monica Helper 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 3:53 PM 
To: mtenchavez@lahsa.org; Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras 
Subject: Fw: Civic center #2 

I could use your support on getting outreach/ a scheduled clean-up. This is located on Main St 
(Eastside)/Aliso. This on Civic Center Property. 

I have reached out to you in the past and continue to ask for your support. Here in the Civic Center we have 
limited resources. This location continues to grow with Trash and Homeless encampment. I have reached out 
to Park Rangers and they have been able to help me in areas around the civic center, that are maintained by 
Parks and Rees. Although most of these individuals are not on Park Rec responsibility, but instead are on Public 
Property that is maintained by GSD. 

Thank You, 

Monica Helper 

Senior Lead Officer 

Los Angeles Police Department 
Security Services Division 
201 North Los Angeles Street, Suite 2 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


Privacy 


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From: Monica <| 

Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 2:42 PM 
To: Monica Helper 
Subject: Civic center #2 


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From: 

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Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 11:57 AM 

Brian Buchner;Salvador Rosales;Danielle Maldonado;Matthew Tenchavez 
Dominic Choi;Carolyn Cook;Monique Contreras;Howard Wong 
Re: Condition of El Pueblo 


Hi Brian, 


Thank You for the information. There has been an increase of different organizations handing out food and 
food boxes. Sanitation has not changed their daily SECZ operations. This increase in trash may be from the 
pending holiday season. 

I have included Howard in this E Mail string. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 11:36 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Salvador Rosales; Danielle Maldonado; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Condition of El Pueblo 

We've received a few complaints about the conditions of El Pueblo this week. Maybe it's because of the 
holiday weekend? Lots of tents up, trash... 

FYI, Supervisor Solis' staff will be visiting El Puente on Monday. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


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Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 6:42 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Hi Brian, 



There are two incidents to report. The first incident was 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


The Second incident involved! 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, November 19, 2018 5:07 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 


One minor incident occurred today 


Investigatory 1 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 



Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, November 19, 2018 1:04 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Celina Robles,'Monique Contreras 
Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 


Sounds Good!! 


E. 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 1:01:20 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

Tomorrow morning is better, but let's at least touch base today after your meeting with Dominic and Monique. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 12:58 PM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hi Brian! 

Thanks for the information. Are you able to meet today? I am meeting with Monique and Commander today 
at 1400 Hours at the UHRC, are you able to meet anytime after that or before? I spoke with a Captain Arnold 
from Fire Station 88 today. They had 4 fires in the Basin this morning and he is frustrated, I would like to 
discuss sooner than later. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 


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31546@lapd. online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 

Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 11:28 AM 
To: Dominic Choi 

Cc: Celina Robles; Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

We're not going to have another UHRC meeting this week because of Thanksgiving. Can we meet separately 
to discuss the Basin? 

Thanks. 

Brian 

On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 11:49 AM Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> wrote: 

All, 

Please see the email below regarding Sepulveda Basin. I think we need to move on this. Also, we need to 
follow up with the D-2 that talked with the person about all the criminal activity. The Division or Bureau 
May need to do criminal enforcement there before we clean up. I would like to be able to provide some 
additional details to the area Captain or Bureau early next week. 

Thank you, 

Dominic 

Sent from my iPhone 
Begin forwarded message: 

From: Kris Pitcher < 25665(5>lapd.online > 

Date: November 15, 2018 at 6:56:14 PM PST 
To: Andrew Neiman < 25146(5>lapd.online > 

Cc: Dominic Choi < 32350(5>lapd.online >. Jerald Case < 36032(5)lapd.online > 

Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

Andy 

We need the coordination of Commander Dominic CHOI and all citywide resource elements in 
order to address the issues in the basin. 

I know he has already been working on this; let's touch bases with him and forward officer 
Carbajal's email to him so that he can take that into consideration when he plans his next 
enforcement operation in the basin. 


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Deputy Chief Kris E. Pitcher 
Commanding Officer 
Operations-Valley Bureau 
(818) 644-8080 

Policing with Purpose 
Policing with Compassion 
Policing with Partnerships 

On Nov 15, 2018, at 6:19 PM, Andrew Neiman < 25146@lapd.online > wrote: 

FYI - I think perhaps a conference call or meeting should be scheduled to 
discuss the below concerns that exist in the Sepulveda Basin area. See the 
below emails. 


From: Hector Carbajal 

Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 10:21 AM 
To: Robert Boyd < 26105(g>lapd.online > 

Cc: Ronald Alberca < 26184(5)lapd.online >; Andrew Neiman 
< 25146(5)lapd.online > 

Subject: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

Hey Rob, 


Yes, I go by my middle name Steve, but legal name is Hector sorry on the 
confusion. I’ve been working with Army Core of engineers, mayors office, 
Slo’s, Park Rangers and Hope Unit on this ongoing problem and concern. We 
are aware of all that going on, plus they have tapped into the power poles on 
Burbank and have power running all over those encampments. It’s a time bomb 
waiting for something big to happen. I just took Councilman Mitch Englandar 
into the area to see first hand and he was completely amazed on the problem 
and had no idea how bad it was. I just heard yesterday that LAFD bum team 
went into the area with Ofcr-Garza (Hope Unit) and took photos of all fire pits, 
propane tanks, etc. So I think the best bet would be to submit this request up our 
chain of command for support and direction as everyone just seems to point 
fingers on who’s problem it belongs to. I CC my Captain on this email thread 
and my Off Road Supervisor- SGT. Alberca and will work with you on any 
support we can provide. I believe we need a meeting with West Valleys 
Captain to come up with a game plan. I appreciate your help Rob and will be in 


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touch. Here’s my number so you can reach out to me when need be 



Thanks, 

Hector (Steve) Carbajal 


Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Robert Boyd < 26105(5)lapd.online > 
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:39 AM 
To: Hector Carbajal 
Subject: Hey 

Steve, 


Hector is your first name? No wonder I had trouble finding you in dept 
email! 


Question- 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Rob 


D-2 Robert Boyd 

Los Angeles Police Department 

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Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Section 
Major Crimes Division 

Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau 
Office 818-832-3754 


Privacy 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)HHI 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|^H| 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, November 19, 2018 12:58 PM 
Brian Buchner;Dominic Choi 
Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 


Hi Brian! 


Thanks for the information. Are you able to meet today? I am meeting with Monique and Commander today 
at 1400 Hours at the UHRC, are you able to meet anytime after that or before? I spoke with a Captain Arnold 
from Fire Station 88 today. They had 4 fires in the Basin this morning and he is frustrated, I would like to 
discuss sooner than later. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 11:28 AM 
To: Dominic Choi 

Cc: Celina Robles; Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

We're not going to have another UHRC meeting this week because of Thanksgiving. Can we meet separately to 
discuss the Basin? 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 11:49 AM Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> wrote: 
All, 


Please see the email below regarding Sepulveda Basin. I think we need to move on this. Also, we need to 
follow up with the D-2 that talked with the person about all the criminal activity. The Division or Bureau May 


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need to do criminal enforcement there before we clean up. I would like to be able to provide some 
additional details to the area Captain or Bureau early next week. 

Thank you, 

Dominic 

Sent from my iPhone 
Begin forwarded message: 

From: Kris Pitcher < 25665(5)|apd.online > 

Date: November 15, 2018 at 6:56:14 PM PST 
To: Andrew Neiman < 25146(5)lapd.online > 

Cc: Dominic Choi < 32350(5)lapd.online >. Jerald Case < 36032@lapd.online > 

Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 

Andy 

We need the coordination of Commander Dominic CHOI and all citywide resource elements in 
order to address the issues in the basin. 

I know he has already been working on this; let's touch bases with him and forward officer 
Carbajal's email to him so that he can take that into consideration when he plans his next 
enforcement operation in the basin. 


Deputy Chief Kris E. Pitcher 
Commanding Officer 
Operations-Valley Bureau 
(818) 644-8080 

Policing with Purpose 
Policing with Compassion 
Policing with Partnerships 

On Nov 15, 2018, at 6:19 PM, Andrew Neiman < 25146(5)lapd.online > wrote: 

FYI - I think perhaps a conference call or meeting should be scheduled to 
discuss the below concerns that exist in the Sepulveda Basin area. See the 
below emails. 


From: Hector Carbajal 

Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 10:21 AM 
To: Robert Boyd < 26105(5)lapd.online > 

Cc: Ronald Alberca < 26184(5)lapd.online >; Andrew Neiman 
< 25146(5)|apd.online > 

Subject: Sepulveda Basin Encampments 


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Hey Rob, 


Yes, I go by my middle name Steve, but legal name is Hector sorry on the 
confusion. I’ve been working with Army Core of engineers, mayors office, 

Slo’s, Park Rangers and Hope Unit on this ongoing problem and concern. We are 
aware of all that going on, plus they have tapped into the power poles on 
Burbank and have power running all over those encampments. It’s a time bomb 
waiting for something big to happen. I just took Councilman Mitch Englandar 
into the area to see first hand and he was completely amazed on the problem and 
had no idea how bad it was. I just heard yesterday that LAFD bum team went 
into the area with Ofcr-Garza (Hope Unit) and took photos of all fire pits, 
propane tanks, etc. So I think the best bet would be to submit this request up our 
chain of command for support and direction as everyone just seems to point 
fingers on who’s problem it belongs to. I CC my Captain on this email thread 
and my Off Road Supervisor- SGT. Alberca and will work with you on any 
support we can provide. I believe we need a meeting with West Valleys 
Captain to come up with a game plan. I appreciate your help Rob and will be in 
touch. Here’s my number so you can reach out to me when need be 



Thanks, 

Hector (Steve) Carbajal 


Get Outlook for iOS 


From: Robert Boyd < 26105(5)|apd.online > 
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:39 AM 
To: Hector Carbajal 

Subject: Hey 

Steve, 


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Hector is your first name? No wonder I had trouble finding you in dept email! 


Question- Are you still looking at the homeless problem off of 
Woodley/Burbank Bl? The reason I asked is that my partner and I go to the 
jails full time looking for sources/informants and we found a source who has 
information about that area. He said the area is known as "the bamboos". This 
source has seen guns. Narcotics and underage girls drugged to have sex. Said it 
is extremely dangerous in there. Do you know if any Federal agencies that 
have looked at these areas? 

Rob 


D-2 Robert Boyd 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Section 
Major Crimes Division 

Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau 
Office 818-832-3754 


Privacy 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, November 15, 2018 11:07 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 


Two minor incident occurred today in the El Pueblo Zone: 


The first incident was a radio call! 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


The second incident occurred! 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Please let me know if you have any questions. Also yesterday there were no significant incidents to report. 
EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, November 15, 2018 5:56 PM 
Brian Buchner;Matthew Tenchavez 

Marya Mason,'Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Salvador Rosales 
Re: Harbor City Greenway 


Roger That Brian, 

We will notify the Harbor Area SLO and I have included Sal from LASAN to inquire if there is a CSLA is pending. 

Marya, I included you in this E Mail as an FYI and not sure if you have anything more to share regarding this 
location. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 11:23 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Matthew Tenchavez 
Subject: Fwd: Harbor City Greenway 

See below. Let's add this to the list of locations to begin planning for. 
Thanks. 

Brian 

.Forwarded message- 

From: Gabriela Medina < gabriela.medina(5)lacitv.org > 

Date: Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 10:40 AM 

Subject: Harbor City Greenway 

To: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(g>lacity.org > 

Good Morning Brian: 


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I would like to formally request your support for the homeless encampments at the Harbor City 
Greenway (5500 S Waterman Way, Harbor City, CA 90710). We have over 50 dwellers that were 
pushed out from l_A County property across the street and have now taken over the access point to 
this public space. 

LAHSA and LASAN have made several attempts for contact, however, dwellers have not been too 
receptive to services. Any additional outreach that you can provide would be greatly appreciated. 

In the coming weeks we will establish a formal agreement with RAP to have rangers on site but we 
wish to increase outreach and access to services. 

Please advise if any additional services can be deployed. 

Best, 

Gabriela 



COUNCILMAN 

@JOEBUSCAINO 


Gabriela Medina, District Director 

Councilman Joe Buscaino, 15th District 

638 S Beacon Street, Suite 552 | San Pedro, CA 90731 

Phone: 310-732-4515 Fax: 732.4500 

wvwv.LA15th.com 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)|MMI 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, November 15, 2018 2:48 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 
Re: Sepulveda Basin 


Sounds Good, 


Today Officers Ramirez and Chellew from the UHRC along with LAFD, Watershed, Clean Harbors and Park 
Rangers went out to assess the location. The officers utilized the Homeless encampment app to identify 
locations along the basin of where propane tanks and flammables were identified by LAFD after this weeks fire 
there. 35 pounds of aerosols, 55 pounds of paint, 110 pounds of propane was removed by Watershed today 
and this was just in a small portion of the identified area. The Homeless Clients were very cooperative and 
willingly emptied shopping carts full of cans, liquids and identified flammables, there was feces, needles, 
spoiled food and theft of electricity from multiple exposed extension cords tied to street light poles. 

Maybe we can just start with a meeting of executives from with DWP,LAFD,LAPD,US Army Corps, Council 
District and LAHSA . The UHRC can present an overview of the location with recent photos and efforts at the 
site. The goal of this meeting will be to discuss strategies to remove all of the hazardous materials along the 
entire basin and identify permanent solutions to prevent fires in and around this location in the future; LAFD 
had responded four times within the past four days to put out fires in this area. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 11:18:44 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin 

Thanks, Emada. The last time there was a major cleanup in that area it was a months-long planning effort and 
cost the City almost $1 million. Let's discuss what an "all hands on deck" plan might mean for departments and 
resources. Maybe we can come up with a proposal that gets support from the Councilmembers and Army Corps. 


Brian 


On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 12:56 PM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 

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Hi Brian, 


Yesterday Park Rangers went out to the Sepulveda Basin specifically Hjelte Park and removed 1 gallon of 
gasoline, 4 propane tanks and multiple makeshift knives. Because of safety concerns and multiple "booby 
traps" the Rangers did not complete the whole stretch of the basin. LAHSA was at the Sepulveda Basin last 
Friday and made contact with 5 Homeless individuals; they will also be at the location today. There are 
multiple structures, wires, propane tanks, televisions and trash along the entire Basin. LAFD responded to 
this location yesterday (Station 88 Captain Cooper) and his team stated that there are over 400 structures, 
trash, approximately 40 propane tanks, flammables in a small portion of the basin. A small brush fire broke 
out at Hjelte Park on November 12, 2018 which is in the "SBHEC" Zone. 

The UHRC has created an Event using the Salus Mao. The event is titled "Sepulveda Basin Homeless 
Encampment Community (SBHEC)". The stretch of the basin is approx. 3 miles long and Officer Bolor will be 
identifying the areas by Zones (Orange Line Bus Way east to the 405 freeway/ Victory Blvd to the 101 
Freeway). Recreation and Parks has advised that the majority of this land belongs to the US Army Corps 
which the City has an MOA with. 

Lt. Wong of LA Sanitation is extremely knowledgeable about this location. The UHRC went to this location on 
September 24, 2018 along with Sanitation, LAHSA and the OVB HOPE team. There are difficult terrain 
challenges, and some areas can not be reached by vehicle. I would suggest that we have an "All hands on 
Deck" approach and meeting with all of the various City partners (LAPD HOPE, LASAN, Rec and Parks, US 
Army Corps, LAHSA, LAFD, DWP) and whomever else you think will add to addressing this long standing 
concern. I am also open to your thoughts and suggestions. I attached a write that was completed by 
Sanitation when the UHRC visited Zone 1 of the SBHEC which also has photos. 

Thanks in Advance, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:46 AM 

To: Salvador Ogaz 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Brian Buchner; Matthew Tenchavez; Jerald Case 
Subject: Sepulveda Basin 

Good morning all, 


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Attached are additional photographs of the Sepulveda Basin taken by RAP Rangers. Additional photos to 
follow... 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Dana Valdez < dana.valdez(5) lacity.org > 
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:34 AM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subject: 


a 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma " ' "Sarcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 7:21 PM 
Catherine Landers;Christina Miller 

Allan Kawaguchi;Adam Smith;Barry Berggren;Brandi Cruz;Brian Buchner;Carolyn 
Cook;Domingo Orosco (Google Drive),'Eric Lee;Fortaleza, Joseph;Gonzalo 
Barriga;Howard Wong;Jack Reef;Jose P. Garcia;Michael Bates;Michael Scaduto;Monique 
Contreras;Salvador Rosales;Shahram Kharaghani;Steven Pedersen;Estevan 
Montemayor;Cory Palka;Dominic Choi 
Re: CD 04 - Gardner Library Operations 11/14, 11/15/18 


Good Evening All, 



Take Care, 
Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Catherine Landers <catherine.landers@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 4:44 PM 
To: Christina Miller 

Cc: Allan Kawaguchi; Adam Smith; Barry Berggren; Brandi Cruz; Brian Buchner; Carolyn Cook; Domingo Orosco (Google 
Drive); Emada Tingirides; Eric Lee; Fortaleza, Joseph; Gonzalo Barriga; Howard Wong; Jack Reef; Jose P. Garcia; Michael 
Bates; Michael Scaduto; Monique Contreras; Salvador Rosales; Shahram Kharaghani; Steven Pedersen; Estevan 
Montemayor 

Subject: Re: CD 04 - Gardner Library Operations 11/14, 11/15/18 



DAVID RYU 

L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER 



Catherine Landers 

Director of Special Projects 

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu 

Phone: 213.473.7004 
http://davidrvu-lacity.org 


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On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 4:26 PM, Catherine Landers < catherine.landers@lacity.org > wrote: 

Are there any updates on how the operation went today? A few questions: 

- Can you confirm that there will be security (Sanitation?) at the site overnight tonight? 

- The groundbreaking is at 9:00am tomorrow, will we be able to access the inside of the building? We would 
like to be able to show press inside. 

- How early will GSD or BOE be on site tomorrow - 8? 830? 


DAVID RYU 

L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER $ 


Catherine Landers 

Director of Special Projects 

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu 

Phone: 213.473.7004 
http://davidryu.lacity.org 


On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 6:40 PM, Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacity.org > wrote: 
I also flagged for the county mental health team in hopes they can support. 


On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 6:22 PM Allan Kawaguchi < allan.kawaguchi@lacity.org > wrote: 

Howard 

Thanks for the detailed plan 

Let’s hope when we remove any trespassers, they don’t come back. 

Allan 

On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 6:20 PM Howard Wong < howard.wong@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi All, 

Update regarding additional operations requested for CD 04, Gardner Library - Bridge Housing for Women 
located at 1403 N. Gardner Street. 90046 , Cross Street- Sunset: 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 0830 hours: 

HOPE / Rapid Response Operations to be conducted onsite to remove trespassers and to remove the 
following- health hazard, personal property, trash and debris from the site. Request made through UHRC 
for the following departments to respond- LASHA, LAPD, WPD, Solids, and Clean Harbors personnel. 

Standing water located in the basement of the facility will be pumped out by Sanitation WCSD at 
approximately 0830 hours. Recommend General Services / Construction shut off the water to the building 
to identify the source of the water. Time for water shut off - TBD. 

Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 0830 hours: 

Recommend HOPE / Rapid Response Team conduct a follow up at the location at 0830 hours. 

Grand Opening / Press conference at the Gardner site with CD 04 / Mayor's Office? Time TBD? 

Other: 

CAO requests Sanitation to provide contracted Security for the site. Will need to follow up if security can 
be procured in short amount of time, and who will pay for security if procured. Estimated Sanitation 


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security coverage to last up until Friday, November 16 when GSD Security contract takes over. To be 
detennined. 

Question regarding insulation located on the boiler in the basement. Per, Clean Flarbors Contractor, the 
only asbestos found in the basement was on the flex collar. The flex collar / asbestos has been abated from 
the basement. The insulation on the boiler did not contain asbestos. 


Repair / prevent breaches into the site and building - GSD / Contractor TBD. 
Regards, 


Howard Wong 

Lt. Environmental Officer 

Badge # 2536 

City of Los Angeles 

LASAN, Watershed Protection Division 
Enviromnental Enforcement & Emergency Response 

Duty Officer - (323) 342-1513 (7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) 

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Los Angeles, CA 90065 


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From: 

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Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 12:56 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 
Sepulveda Basin 

IMG_4242.jpg; IMG_2263.jpg; IMG_6327.jpg; IMG_6607.jpg; IMG_2870.jpg; Health 
Hazard Assessment 9-24-2018.docx 


Hi Brian, 

Yesterday Park Rangers went out to the Sepulveda Basin specifically Hjelte Park and removed 1 gallon of 
gasoline, 4 propane tanks and multiple makeshift knives. Because of safety concerns and multiple "booby 
traps" the Rangers did not complete the whole stretch of the basin. LAHSA was at the Sepulveda Basin last 
Friday and made contact with 5 Homeless individuals; they will also be at the location today. There are 
multiple structures, wires, propane tanks, televisions and trash along the entire Basin. LAFD responded to this 
location yesterday (Station 88 Captain Cooper) and his team stated that there are over 400 structures, trash, 
approximately 40 propane tanks, flammables in a small portion of the basin. A small brush fire broke out at 
Hjelte Park on November 12, 2018 which is in the "SBHEC" Zone. 

The UHRC has created an Event using the Salus Mao. The event is titled "Sepulveda Basin Homeless 
Encampment Community (SBHEC)". The stretch of the basin is approx. 3 miles long and Officer Bolor will be 
identifying the areas by Zones (Orange Line Bus Way east to the 405 freeway/ Victory Blvd to the 101 
Freeway). Recreation and Parks has advised that the majority of this land belongs to the US Army Corps which 
the City has an MOA with. 

Lt. Wong of LA Sanitation is extremely knowledgeable about this location. The UHRC went to this location on 
September 24, 2018 along with Sanitation, LAHSA and the OVB HOPE team. There are difficult terrain 
challenges, and some areas can not be reached by vehicle. I would suggest that we have an "All hands on 
Deck" approach and meeting with all of the various City partners (LAPD HOPE, LASAN, Rec and Parks, US Army 
Corps, LAHSA, LAFD, DWP) and whomever else you think will add to addressing this long standing concern. I 
am also open to your thoughts and suggestions. I attached a write that was completed by Sanitation when the 
UHRC visited Zone 1 of the SBHEC which also has photos. 

Thanks in Advance, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:46 AM 

To: Salvador Ogaz 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Brian Buchner; Matthew Tenchavez; Jerald Case 
Subject: Sepulveda Basin 

Good morning all. 

Attached are additional photographs of the Sepulveda Basin taken by RAP Rangers. Additional photos to 
follow... 

Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Dana Valdez <dana.valdez@lacity.org> 
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:34 AM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor 

Subject: 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 6:40 PM 

To: Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 

Subject: LAFD Briefing 

Hi Commander and Brian, 

I just finished up with the 1800 Hrs. LAFD Fire Brief and please see the below: 

- the Fire impacted 96,314 Acers 

- 35% Containment with an expected full containment date of 11/17/18 
-thevparking restrictions will be removed tomorrow 

- all City evacuations have been lifted, LA County will be lifting theirs soon 

- the President (Trump) announcer cost recovery for Emergency response and debris removal 

- LA County will open two “Disaster Recovery Centers” one in Malibu and the other in the Las Virgenes area. 

Chief Terrazas was not in attendance and there were no specific asks from LAPD/UHRC. I updated the group 
on the UHRC coordination efforts of the Sepulveda basin. I did attempt to find out the request/expectations 
from the Fire Chief and all were agreeable that I should get that information from the Chief directly ©. 

There will be another brief tomorrow morning at 0730,1 will be in attendance. The Red Flag alert was lifted at 
1700 Hrs. If all goes well tonight LAFD will be scaling 
back their DOC early tomorrow. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


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EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd. online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 5:19 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Brief 


Hi Brian, 


Please see below. 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 2:59 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew 
Subject: El Pueblo A Bridge Home OT Update 

Spoke with Officer Brady: 


- Officers met w/ security guard Jose, no issues at A Bridge Home 

- Conducted mult, footbeats in the area 
-Completed 1 Investigate Reportl 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


"So far it's been uneventful" - Officer Brady 


Respectfully, 


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Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 5:15 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Re: LAFD Red Flag Day 


Hi Commander it was supposed to be at 1900 but they changed it to 1800. I will be in attendance. The 
briefings are at 0700. 10:00 and 1900 Hours. 

I will send you an update after the 1800 brief. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Dominic Choi <32350@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 5:12 PM 
To: Brian Buchner; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: LAFD Red Flag Day 

Emada, 

Please verify you attended the 1700 FD DOC brief? Were there any requests for the UHRC? Is Brian Wall 
going to be the LAFD rep 24 hours? 

Dominic H. Choi, Commander 
Homeless Coordinator 
Office of Operations 
(213)486-6050 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 5:05:28 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: LAFD Red Flag Day 

Thanks. 

Dominic - let's connect after you talk with Chief T. 

On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 5:04 PM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 
Hi Brian, 


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Please see below. Chief Terrazas advised that he would make contact with Commander Choi. 


Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 1:05 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez 
Subject: LAFD Red Flag Day 

Hi Lt, 

I spoke with Chief Nelson since Fire Chief Terrazzas left the DOC. They're asking for a rep at all times at the 
UHRC during a red flag day to assist with any homeless related issues. The UHRC rep would then forward 
whatever request LAFD is asking to the necessary individuals to take action. 

Recently, homeless related topics have been brought up during their daily briefs and would like to have a 
UHRC rep attend to help coordinate whatever efforts are needed. 

Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 5:04 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Fwd: LAFD Red Flag Day 


Hi Brian, 


Please see below. Chief Terrazas advised that he would make contact with Commander Choi. 
Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 1:05 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez 
Subject: LAFD Red Flag Day 


Hi Lt, 


I spoke with Chief Nelson since Fire Chief Terrazzas left the DOC. They're asking for a rep at all times at the 
UHRC during a red flag day to assist with any homeless related issues. The UHRC rep would then forward 
whatever request LAFD is asking to the necessary individuals to take action. 

Recently, homeless related topics have been brought up during their daily briefs and would like to have a 
UHRC rep attend to help coordinate whatever efforts are needed. 

Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:57 PM 
Dominic Choi;Brian Buchner 
Fwd: FIRE HAZARDS 


FYI, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marya Mason <34418@lapd.online> 
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:40 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Jeff Nolte 
Subject: FIRE HAZARDS 


LIEUTENANT TINIGIRIDES 

AS we spoke, I deployed units to walk the potential fire hazard locations amongst the parks mostly in Harbor 
Division for encampments or fuel resources. 

Additionally if approved and needed I have 7 officers currently trained in department approved all terrain 
vehicles if needed in valley areas. 

Marya 

Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S® 6. 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:55 PM 

To: 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Marco Ramirez;Robert Chellew;Matthew Tenchavez;Brian 
Buchner;Salvador Rosales 

Cc: 

Matthew Craig;Jerald Case;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampment 


Thank You Reiner, 

All please see the below photos taken today by Rec and Parks. JERALD: If LAFD is able to go out today, will 
you have enough HOPE Officers to stand by and support them. 

Chief Craig: It is my understanding that your team would like to remove the hazardous materials that are 
depicted in the below photos. 

Rec and Parks: it is my understanding that Captain Torres is on vacation but you will have a team able to 
respond along with LAPD, LAFD and potentially LAHSA? 

OVB HOPE, UHRC and LAHSA have been out to this location multiple times and there has been some 
conversation with Rec and Park coordinating with the Anny Corps of engineering. 

Please chime in if I am missing something. 

Thanks in Advance, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12:10 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides; Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Matthew Tenchavez; Brian Buchner; Salvador Rosales 

Cc: Matthew Craig; Jerald Case 

Subject: Fw: Sepulveda Basin Encampment 


Respectfully, 


Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 


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Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Matthew Craig <Matthew.Craig@lacity.org> 
Sent: T uesday, November 13, 2018 11:56 AM 
To: Reiner Reich Bolor 
Subject: Fwd: Sepulveda Basin Encampment 

Images taken by FS 88 

.Forwarded message- 

From: Trevor Cooper < trevor.cooper@>lacity.org > 
Date: Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 11:30 AM 
Subject: Re: Sepulveda Basin Encampment 
To: Matthew Craig < Matthew.Craig(ailacitv.org > 



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Captain Cooper 

I am providing you the email of Officer Reiner Bolor: 41517(5)lapd.online . She is your contact 
with the UHRC regarding the homeless encampment at 16400 Burbank between 
Hayvenhurst and Woodley. 

She is currently coordinating Parks and Rec, Park Rangers, LAPD, and Sanitation to assist the 
removal of hazardous materials from the area. 

Any photos you provided would assist in the coordination of the removal. 


Matt Craig, Inspector I 
Environmental Unit UST/HM 
Los Angeles Fire Department 

www.lafd.org/customer-survey 

http://www.lafd.org/fire-pfevention/cupa 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Friday, November 09, 2018 8:41 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 


Hi Brian, 


There were no significant issues in El Pueblo today. 


Enjoy Your weekend! 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Uni lied Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, November 08, 2018 3:49 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 



One incident to report but it is not related to El Pueblo 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 


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Investigatory 

Investigatory ?vX- 



Please let me know if you have any questions. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, November 07, 2018 4:50 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 
El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, Please see the below info. All Good today. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 3:04 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: 11/07/2018 El Pueblo O/T 

No major incidents during the El Pueblo facility. 

Met with Staff at bridge home and Homeless in area. Happy Police at Facility. 


Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Office: 213-576-6407 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, November 05, 2018 8:35 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Re: Anything to report today from El Pueblo? 


Hi Brian, 


So sorry for delay. I spoke with the OT Officers, no significant issues. They met with Staff, drive the Zone and 
walked Foot-beats. 

Good Day today. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Monday, November 5, 2018 8:32 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Anything to report today from El Pueblo? 


Thanks! 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 


Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, November 05, 2018 4:16 PM 
Marco Ramirez;Mayor UHRC,Taylor Bazley 

Javier Ramirez;Robert Chellew;Salvador Rosales,'Steven Pedersen;Gonzalo Barriga;Celina 
Robles;Brian Buchner;Adrian Maxwell;Javier Ramirez;Monique Contreras 
Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 


Thank You all for the coordination. This location has also been Posted for a CSLA on November 7th; we are 
awaiting signatures from LAHSA. Lt. Barriga, is it still okay with addressing this location with HOPE the day 
before the Posted Clean Up? 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Friday, November 2, 2018 12:48 PM 

To: Mayor UHRC; Taylor Bazley; Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Javier Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Salvador Rosales; Steven Pedersen; Gonzalo Barriga; Monique Contreras; Celina 
Robles; Brian Buchner 

Subject: Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 

There is currently a CSLA pending for the above location that is missing Public Works signature and LAHSA 
signature (Auth #181101010). HOPE will be responding 11/6/18 with a Rapid Response Team to address any 
bulky and hazards. 

HOPE has responded to the location from 07/23/2018 to 10/30/18 approximately 8 times with LAHSA and 
Rapid Response. The last CSLA was conducted 09/25/18. 

Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


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Office: 213-576-6407 


From: brian.buchner@lacity.org <brian.buchner@lacity.org> on behalf of Mayor UHRC <uhrc@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, November 2, 2018 12:29 PM 
To: Taylor Bazley; Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Javier Ramirez; Marco Ramirez; Robert Chellew; Salvador Rosales; Steven Pedersen; Gonzalo Barriga; Monique 

Contreras; Celina Robles; Brian Buchner 

Subject: Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 

Understood, Taylor. 

Emada, can you please confirm if West Bureau HOPE visited the location? Also, copying LASAN to ensure 
coordination between the Council Office, the UHRC, and departments. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 6:44 PM, Taylor Bazley < taylor.bazley(g>lacitv.org > wrote: 

We need a posted clean up as soon as possible. I am already asking LASAN to prioritize the location and it 
would be helpful to get sooner than later. 


Thanks - 
Taylor 


On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 10:08 AM Mayor UHRC < uhrc@lacity.org > wrote: 

Hi Taylor, 

We'll have the West Bureau HOPE Team address the location. Copying Lt. Emada Tingirides on this email 
chain. 

Thanks. 

Brian Buchner 


a 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma “ ' "Sarcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



On Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 4:27 PM, Taylor Bazley < taylor.bazlev@lacitv.org > wrote: 
Hi UHRC - 


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I needed some help coordinating a clean up at Harding just West of Lincoln Blvd. in Venice. 
-Taylor 


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From: Carlos Torres <| 

Date: Tue, Oct 30, 2018 at 3:01 PM 

Subject: Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 


|>, Taylor Bazley < taylor.bazlev@lacity.org >, James 


To: venicestakeholders <| 

Set zer <31260@lapd.online> 

James 

Roberts <31381@lapd.online>, Javier Ramirez <39174@lapd.online>, Kristan Delatori 
<32914@lapd.online>, Michael Soliman <32906@lapd.online>, Kevin Lowe <27614@lapd.online> 


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The situation here is deplorable, is so frustrating to be left out in 
the cold like this, Our SLO Officer Ramirez was in the process of 
coordinating a day with Sanitation so we could install the planters, we 
have the planters,we have the plants, we have the people to come and do 
the labor, all we need is for our Officials to come and help us clear 
the area so we can do the work, !!! is been 5 months of us residents 
fighting this battle, is just not fair, we are exahusted, we are 
frustrated, we feel helpless. 

Officer Ramirez what happened? you said you were going to help us. You 
are not returning our calls or emails when you said we will be ready to 
proceed this week, we have done our part where are you? 

Please Captain James help us residents, is not our fault, we pay taxes, 
we been patient, we raised our own funds, we have been doing the hard 
work and will continue, all we need is for our SLO to help us one day to 
clean that area, we have integrity and we are hoping that our officials 
do too. 

I'm trusting that we will resolve this soon, for everyone's sake. 

I'm sure you don't want to be bother everyday with this same issue and 
we are desperate to have a decent life here. 

Sincerely 

Charlie T 


On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 7:30:01 PM PDT, James Setzer <31260@lapd.online> wrote: 

Good evening all: 

Barring the unforeseen, the LAPD can plan on providing a unit to engage these persons and seek their voluntary 
compliance. 

I’ll confirm unit availability and awareness by the SLO for this effort. 


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Respectfully, 
Jim Setzer 


Get Outlook for iOS 


From: venicestakeholders <| 

Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 19:17 
To: Taylor Bazley 


Cc 


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Mike Castillo; 


Carlos Torres 

James Roberts; James Setzer; Javier Ramirez; Kristan Delatori 
Subject: Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 


Privacy 


We did not apply for a permit. I would ask that you ask the LAPD to assist the residents in asking the campers to move 
their stuff so the installation can proceed. My guess is that all be well. If there is any resistance the residents can wait 
for a formal cleanup. 


Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone 

-Original message- 

From: Taylor Bazley < taylor.bazlev@lacity.org > 

Date: 10/23/18 6:32 PM 
To: 

Cc: Mike 

James Roberts 

<31381@lapd.online>, James Setzer <31260@lapd.online>, Javier Ramirez <39174@lapd.online>, Kristan Delatori 
<32914@lapd.online> 

Subject: Re: Harding Ave./Lincoln Blvd. Beautification Project 
Mark - 

If this is permitted then LAPD would be able to support enforcement of your permit - my assumption is that this isn't 
permitted. If LAPD feels comfortable with their officers politely asking but not forcibly removing people (again assuming 
their is no permit) then they could do that but otherwise the way we would force people to leave an area is to fulfill a 
permit. 


-Taylor 


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On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 6:26 PM Mark Ryavec <|_ 

Taylor, 

Might it be possible for you to lend support in another manner? 

The handful of campers have just landed there in the last couple days and a cleaning by Sanitation is not really 
necessary. 

All it appears Captain Roberts is asking for is the council office's support for the installation of a few planter boxes on 
the parkway, as we previously have installed, with your support, around the Post Office and along Staples. 

With your approval, the LAPD can certainly support the residents in asking the campers to move their belongings by 8 
am Saturday morning so the installation can go forward. 

The city can save the Sanitation clean up for more deserving locations. 

Thank you for your consideration of this suggestion. 

Mark 


On 10/23/2018 5:24 PM, Taylor Bazley wrote: 

Hi Samantha - 

I'm sorry but the authorization process alone takes at absolute minimum two weeks, usually the 
fastest I can make it happen is 3 weeks, and 4/5 weeks is more standard. 

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The process for a posted clean up is the request goes in, LASAN responds to do a site evaluation 
and pings LAHSA, LAHSA needs to attempt to demonstrate rendering of services by visiting the site 
3 documented times, they convey back authorization, the interdepartmental team needs to schedule 
this into their operations (usually the team is only in our council district two or three days a month), 
and then there needs to be a posting around the area 3 days in advance. 

I know some neighbors might post that work will be done in an area at a given time and that has been 
useful at encouraging people to move at that time but a posted sanitation clean up is sort of a heavy 
lift that requires weeks notice and is according to the interdepartmental clean up crew's schedule 
(which doesn't usually include weekends). 


-Taylor 


On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 5:43 
Hi Taylor, 


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Field Deputy’ - Venice, OFW, Silver Strand, Marina Peninsula 
Councilmember Mike Bonin 
City of Los Angeles 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Friday, November 02, 2018 3:52 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 


Thank You for all the coordination today. Please see the below daily El Pueblo Update information prepared by 
Officer Ramirez. 


Have a Good weekend! 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 
Sent: Friday, November 2, 2018 2:39 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: 11/02/2018 El Pueblo O/T 


Citizen Flag down from El Pueblo Security Officer 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 


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All is calm 

No new individuals in perimeter. 

Met with Staff at bridge home and Homeless in area. Happy police at facility. 


Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Office: 213-576-6407 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, November 02, 2018 2:17 PM 
Brian Buchner;Monique Contreras 
Dominic Choi;Celina Robles;Shannon Geaney 
Re: 1403 Gardener 


THANK YOU Monique! 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, November 2, 2018 2:10 PM 
To: Monique Contreras 

Cc: Emada Tingirides; Dominic Choi; Celina Robles; Shannon Geaney 
Subject: Re: 1403 Gardener 

Thanks, Monique. 


Brian 


On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 12:58 PM Monique Contreras <38228@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

The Hollywood Core unit will address this location today. 

Thank you, 

Monique 


Get Outlook for Android 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, November 2, 2018 12:24:48 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Fwd: 1403 Gardener 

Checking in. We received the below email from CD4 this morning. Thanks. 


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-Forwarded message- 

From: Catherine Landers < catherine. landers@lacity,org > 

Date: Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 11:33 AM 
Subject: Re: 1403 Gardener 

To: Allan Kawaguchi < allan.kawaguchi@lacity.org > 

Cc: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org >, Christina Miller < christina.miller@lacitv.org >, Elyse Matson 
< Elyse.Matson@lacity.org >, Meg Barclay < meg.barclay@lacity.org >, Yolanda Chavez 
< yolanda.chavez@lacity.org >. Mayor UFIRC < uhrc@lacity.org > 

Has LAPD been out to respond yet? I just received this email this morning from one of the immediate 
neighbors: 

I know the security is only there at night, but this morning I heard him moving stuff all around on the back western corner on 
DeLongpre. He seems to be getting over there where there’s a driveway that angles up and makes it easier to jump the barbed wire. 

Just wanted you to know, in case he starts breaking through the roof again. 


Catherine Landers 


DAVID RYU 


Director of Special Projects 

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu 

Phone: 213.473.7004 
http://davidrvu-lacity.org 


L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER 


On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 4:08 PM, Allan Kawaguchi < allan.kawaguchi@lacity.org > wrote: 
Yes that would be fine 

On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 4:06 PM Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 

Yes, we’ll have LAPD handle ASAP. 

Allan, should I have them coordinate with you? 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. f213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



On Nov 1, 2018, at 3:36 PM, Allan Kawaguchi < allan.kawaguchi@lacity.org > wrote: 


Wonder if it is the same guy plus friends 


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Allan Kawaguchi, PE 

Homeless Facilities and Special Projects Division | Division Engineer 


Bureau of Engineering | Department of Public Works 


1149 S. Broadway, Suite 820 

Los Angeles, CA 90015 

Mail Stop 295 


0: 213 485-4687 | C: 213 
allan.kawaquchi@lacitv.org 


Privacy 


F: 213 847-1794 


ENGINEERING 

CITY OF LOS ANGELES 



On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 3:35 PM Catherine Landers < catherine.landers@lacity.org > wrote: 
Would it be possible to add overnight security again? 


DAVID RYU. 

L.A. CITY COUNCILMEMBER 


On Thu, Nov 1, 2018 at 3:32 PM, Allan Kawaguchi < allan.kawaguchi@lacity.org > wrote: 
Brian 

We need your help. 

People have moved back in to the site. GSD staff went out to the site to begin their 
preparation and said there were a number of people present as well fleas. 

Can we have LAPD remove the people? Can we have Sanitation spray it down to kill the 
fleas? 

We just took possession of it today. Once cleared up, we will increase security. 

Thanks 


Catherine Landers 

Director of Special Projects 

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu 

Phone: 213.473.7004 
http://davidrvu.lacity.org 


Allan Kawaguchi, PE 

Homeless Facilities and Special Projects Division | Division Engineer 


Bureau of Engineering | Department of Public Works 


1149 S. Broadway, Suite 820 

Los Angeles, CA 90015 

Mail Stop 295 


O: 213 485-4687 | C: 213 
allan.kawaquchi@lacitv.org 


Privacy 


F: 213 847-1794 


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Allan Kawaguchi, PE 

Homeless Facilities and Special Projects Division | Division Engineer 

Bureau of Engineering | Department of Public Works 


1149 S. Broadway, Suite 820 

Los Angeles, CA 90015 

Mail Stop 295 


0: 213 485-4687 | C: 213 
allan.kawaquchi(g)lacitv.orq 


Privacy 


F: 213 847-1794 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, November 01, 2018 8:20 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 


Hi Brian, 


I spoke with the ABH El Pueblo OT Officers. There were no significant incidents today. They checked in with 
ABH Security and Staff who advised things were going well today. The officers drove and walked a footbeat 
around the Zone. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, November 01, 2018 8:54 AM 
Brian Buchner 

11/01/18 UHRC RRT Locations and CSLA 

EDITED Final Confirmation - 11.1.18.pdf; HOPE RRT LocationslNOV2018 .pdf 


Good Morning Brian, 

Attached you will find the HOPE Operations for today. We did not receive locations from LAHSA on Monday, 
Wednesday and Thursday ( Pearl was here on Tuesday and today she had a case she needed to follow up on so 
she will be sending the info later). Amy covers Monday/Wednesdays at the UHRC and Pearl covers 
Tuesday/Thursdays. 

Thanks Brian! 

Take Care 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Marco Ramirez 

Sent: Thursday, November 1, 2018 8:30 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: RRT Locations and CSLA 


Respectfully, 

Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Office: 213-576-6407 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 4:14 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Update 

Hi Brian, 



There were no significant incidents or concerns at El Peublo today. ABH Staff flagged down the overtime 


officers^. 1 * ' ’ 

Investigatory j 


Investigatory B 


Investigatory |BB^| 


Investigatory 



Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 

Hi Brian, 

I am available. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 3:47 PM 

Brian Buchner;blair.miller@lacity.org;enid.gomez@lacity.org;Steven Pedersen;Gonzalo 
Barriga;jose.garcia@lacity.org;Hannah Levien;James Lavenson;Gita O'Neill;Christina 
Miller;Meg Barclay;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Howard Wong 
Re: Urgent: Call to Discuss Former West LA Animal Shelter 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2018 2:56:01 PM 

To: blair.miller@lacity.org; enid.gomez@lacity.org; Steven Pedersen; Gonzalo Barriga; jose.garcia@lacity.org; Hannah 
Levien; James Lavenson; Gita O'Neill; Christina Miller; Meg Barclay; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles; Howard Wong; 
Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Urgent: Call to Discuss Former West LA Animal Shelter 
Hi All, 

LAPD came out to the old West LA animal shelter this morning to clear people off the property. I then came out 
with LAS AN and PD to assess the situation and determine how big of a job it would be and next steps. 

Bottom line is it’s a massive undertaking. There is an enormous amount of hazardous material and trash and it 
would be a multi-day cleanup job at least. Not to mention the building is not secured at the moment and is such 
a large property that it would be difficult to do without additional security, resources, etc. 

We have a number of important questions for the Council Office and CAO about timing, cost, prioritization. 

I’d like to get us all on a call today as soon as possible given the urgent need to plan and deploy resources. 

Please let me know if you’re available for a call at 4pm to discuss. I’ll provide the call-in information after 
everyone confirms their availability. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma yor Eric G arcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 10:31 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Re: Any metrics for today? 


No Worries!!! 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 9:39:00 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: Any metrics for today? 

Thanks, Emada! 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


On Oct 30, 2018, at 9:33 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Negative. There was CSLA IN THE Zone today and the OCB HOPE Team worked other 
areas. The Overtime officers advised no issues or concerns. 

Sorry for the delay. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


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Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@ / lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 7:32 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Any metrics for today? 

Hi Emada, 

Anything to report today? 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 9:34 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Re: Any metrics for today? 


Hi Brian, 

Negative. There was CSLA IN THE Zone today and the OCB HOPE Team worked other areas. The Overtime 
officers advised no issues or concerns. 

Sorry for the delay. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 7:32 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Any metrics for today? 

Hi Emada, 

Anything to report today? 

Thanks. 

Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 29, 2018 10:36 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 10:25:32 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 
How are a ghost and an empty house alike? 

No BODY is there! 

Thanks, Emada!! 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 909-3433 

On Oct 29, 2018, at 10:15 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 
Ghost Town...pre Halloween © 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 



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From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner(5)lacitv.org > 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 10:11 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Monique Contreras; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 

It’ll be an LAPD ghost town! No worries. It was last-minute notice. I got caught up in other 
things and didn’t prepare the group. 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


On Oct 29, 2018, at 10:08 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Thanks for the heads up. I have a 8:30 meeting downtown and will not be in 
attendance. Officer Chellew is in Training and Officer Ramirez is on a day off 
due to new 5 day coverage. Officer Bolor will be in attendance. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. I will ensure that we are all on 
board and ready for the visit 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 9:18 PM 

To: Dana Valdez; Marco Perez; Cecelia Shackelford; damon.bergeron(5)lacitv.org; Victor 
Hinderliter; Ly Lam; Jonelle Gardea; Jose P. Garcia; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Paul 
Weinberg; Lourdes Sinibaldi; Amy Perkins; Freddie Nuno; Roger Fernandez; Steven 


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Pedersen; Robert Chellew; Howard Wong; Pearl Cortez; Gonzalo Barriga; Emada 
Tingirides; Karen Knipscheer Cox; Carolyn Cook; Celina Robles; Jimmy Kim; Brian Wall; 
Tuan Ngo; Gita O'neill; Reiner Reich Bolor; Monique Contreras 
Subject: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 

Good Evening, 

Please try to have a representative from your department at the UHRC tomorrow 
morning, Tuesday, October 30, from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM. 

Members of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) Board of 
Directors will stop by the UHRC to observe it in action. HSAC is the maker of 
SALUS, and its staff, including Devra and Simran, has provided the City, Mayor's 
Office, and Departments with countless hours of support and technical assistance. 
Not to mention that board members like Wendy Greuel have been strong backers 
of the UHRC since its very inception. I would like to provide them with a 
comprehensive demonstration of the UHRC's operations. The HSAC group will 
be present for the 8:30am morning briefing. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310)^^^| 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 29, 2018 10:15 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 


Ghost Town...pre Halloween © 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 10:11 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez; Monique Contreras; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 

It’ll be an LAPD ghost town! No worries. It was last-minute notice. I got caught up in other things and didn’t 
prepare the group. 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. 


Privacy 


On Oct 29, 2018, at 10:08 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Thanks for the heads up. I have a 8:30 meeting downtown and will not be in attendance. Officer 
Chellew is in Training and Officer Ramirez is on a day off due to new 5 day coverage. Officer 
Bolor will be in attendance. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. I will ensure that we are all on board and ready 
for the visit 

Take Care, 


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Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 9:18 PM 

To: Dana Valdez; Marco Perez; Cecelia Shackelford; damon.bergeron@lacity.org; Victor Hinderliter; Ly 
Lam; Jonelle Gardea; Jose P. Garcia; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Paul Weinberg; Lourdes Sinibaldi; 
Amy Perkins; Freddie Nuno; Roger Fernandez; Steven Pedersen; Robert Chellew; Howard Wong; Pearl 
Cortez; Gonzalo Barriga; Emada Tingirides; Karen Knipscheer Cox; Carolyn Cook; Celina Robles; Jimmy 
Kim; Brian Wall; Tuan Ngo; Gita O'neill; Reiner Reich Bolor; Monique Contreras 
Subject: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 

Good Evening, 

Please try to have a representative from your department at the UHRC tomorrow morning, 
Tuesday, October 30, from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM. 

Members of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) Board of Directors will stop by 
the UHRC to observe it in action. HSAC is the maker of SALUS, and its staff, including Devra 
and Simran, has provided the City, Mayor's Office, and Departments with countless hours of 
support and technical assistance. Not to mention that board members like Wendy Greuel have 
been strong backers of the UHRC since its very inception. I would like to provide them with a 
comprehensive demonstration of the UHRC's operations. The HSAC group will be present for 
the 8:30am morning briefing. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 29, 2018 10:14 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Celina Robles,'Monique Contreras 
Re: El Pueblo observations 


Hi Brian, 


From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Roger That! Thank You for the Clarification and I will continue to share that this approach will remain until 
further notice with our HOPE Teams as well. 

Much Appreciated, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 10:09 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Celina Robles; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Re: El Pueblo observations 

Thanks, Emada. We are on an indefinite soft-roll out in El Pueblo until further notice. Happy to discuss further 
offline, but there are a number of conversations happening within our office and across the City right now about 
the future of 56.11 and the City’s approach to ensuring clean sidewalks. 

I’ll make sure we address this with Carolyn and LAS AN generally. Her comments below are concerning and 
are not aligned with the Mayor’s thinking and direction to us. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


On Oct 29, 2018, at 9:59 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

Please see the below E Mail and information sent to me from Carolyn Cook of LA Sanitation. I 
inquired about the El Pueblo SECZ efforts. Carolyn advised that there are a lot of tents that 
remain out of compliance with potential health hazards but they are utilizing the “Soft Approach 


With the Typhus Concerns and the inability to address potential hazardous items within the tents, 
I wanted to clarify how long the Mayors Office wanted the “Soft Approach “ to remain. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546(@lapd.online 


From: Carolyn Cook < carolyn.cook@lacity.org > 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 11:26 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: El Pueblo observations 

Hello Lt. Tingirides, 

I was the Watershed lead for working HOPE Central - El Pueblo on Wednesday October 24 and 
Thursday October 25. 

While the majority of encampments observed had their "tents down" during the operation, I was 
concerned with the number of tents that were not fully in compliance. 

Watershed's non-written definition of a fully deconstructed tent is, ALL personal property must 
be taken out of the tents & pushed to the side, and the tents must be folded as close to 'factory 
condition' (ie folded up very small and tightly) as possible. This rule is to ensure that all bulky 
items, contaminated personal property and health hazards are properly removed and disposed of 


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per LAMC 56.11. This means that just 'taking the poles out' of the tents and keeping all the 
personal property inside is NOT fully LAMC 56.11 compliant. 

I did not enforce this rule last week since we're still on a 'soft roll out' of enforcement. But once 
enforcement is allowed to increase, and if I'm assigned to El Pueblo for HOPE, I will want to 
enforce the 'fully deconstructed’ rule. If these tents are unattended, I would fully process the 
encampment, meaning that I would either store or discard the personal property and leave 
nothing behind on the sidewalk. If those tents are attended, then I'd give the occupant time to 
comply, and he/she would pull out everything from his/her tent and fold the tent up tightly. 

Lemme know if you have any questions - thank you :) 


Carolyn Cook 

Environmental Compliance Inspector 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 
Phone: 323-342-1534 


carolyn. cook(a),lacity.org 



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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 29, 2018 10:08 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Reiner Reich Bolor;Robert Chellew;Marco Ramirez;Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi 
Re: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 


Hi Brian, 


Thanks for the heads up. I have a 8:30 meeting downtown and will not be in attendance. Officer Chellew is in 
Training and Officer Ramirez is on a day off due to new 5 day coverage. Officer Bolor will be in attendance. 


Please let me know if you have any questions. I will ensure that we are all on board and ready for the visit 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 9:18 PM 

To: Dana Valdez; Marco Perez; Cecelia Shackelford; damon.bergeron@lacity.org; Victor Hinderliter; Ly Lam; Jonelle 
Gardea; Jose P. Garcia; Marco Ramirez; Dominic Choi; Paul Weinberg; Lourdes Sinibaldi; Amy Perkins; Freddie Nuno; 
Roger Fernandez; Steven Pedersen; Robert Chellew; Howard Wong; Pearl Cortez; Gonzalo Barriga; Emada Tingirides; 
Karen Knipscheer Cox; Carolyn Cook; Celina Robles; Jimmy Kim; Brian Wall; Tuan Ngo; Gita O'neill; Reiner Reich Bolor; 
Monique Contreras 

Subject: HSAC Visit to UHRC on Tuesday, October 30th @ 8:30am 
Good Evening, 

Please try to have a representative from your department at the UHRC tomorrow morning, Tuesday, October 
30, from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM. 

Members of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) Board of Directors will stop by the UHRC to 
observe it in action. HSAC is the maker of SALUS, and its staff, including Devra and Simran, has provided the 
City, Mayor's Office, and Departments with countless hours of support and technical assistance. Not to mention 
that board members like Wendy Greuel have been strong backers of the UHRC since its very inception. I would 
like to provide them with a comprehensive demonstration of the UHRC's operations. The HSAC group will be 
present for the 8:30am morning briefing. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 


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Thanks. 


Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 29, 2018 10:00 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

Fwd: El Pueblo observations 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below E Mail and information sent to me from Carolyn Cook of LA Sanitation. I inquired about 
the El Pueblo SECZ efforts. Carolyn advised that there are a lot of tents that remain out of compliance with 
potential health hazards but they are utilizing the “Soft Approach “. 

With the Typhus Concerns and the inability to address potential hazardous items within the tents, I wanted to 
clarify how long the Mayors Office wanted the “Soft Approach “ to remain. 

Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Carolyn Cook <carolyn.cook@lacity.org> 
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 11:26 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: El Pueblo observations 

Hello Lt. Tingirides, 


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I was the Watershed lead for working HOPE Central - El Pueblo on Wednesday October 24 and Thursday 
October 25. 

While the majority of encampments observed had their "tents down" during the operation, I was concerned with 
the number of tents that were not fully in compliance. 

Watershed's non-written definition of a fully deconstructed tent is, ALL personal property must be taken out of 
the tents & pushed to the side, and the tents must be folded as close to 'factory condition' (ie folded up very 
small and tightly) as possible. This rule is to ensure that all bulky items, contaminated personal property and 
health hazards are properly removed and disposed of per LAMC 56.11. This means that just 'taking the poles 
out' of the tents and keeping all the personal property inside is NOT fully LAMC 56.11 compliant. 

I did not enforce this rule last week since we're still on a 'soft roll out' of enforcement. But once enforcement is 
allowed to increase, and if I’m assigned to El Pueblo for HOPE, I will want to enforce the 'fully deconstructed' 
rule. If these tents are unattended, I would fully process the encampment, meaning that I would either store or 
discard the personal property and leave nothing behind on the sidewalk. If those tents are attended, then I’d give 
the occupant time to comply, and he/she would pull out everything from his/her tent and fold the tent up tightly. 

Lemme know if you have any questions - thank you :) 


Carolyn Cook 

Environmental Compliance Inspector 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 


Phone: 323-342-1534 
carolyn. cook(a),lacity.org 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 29, 2018 5:29 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


Hi Brian, 

The Officers advised 

Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory HB 


Hopefully this information helps. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 4:48 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


Thanks, Emada. Are the officers 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


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On Oct 29, 2018, at 4:45 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 

El Pueblo Overtime Officers met with 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Investigatory 



Take Care, 
Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


381 



From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 29, 2018 4:50 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


Hi Brian! 

I will inquire and let you know. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 4:48 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


Thanks, Emada. Are the officers 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 

On Oct 29, 2018, at 4:45 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 
Hi Brian, 


El Pueblo Overtime Officers met withB* 


Investigatory HH| 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

"_ 1 



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Investigatory 

Investigatory 


Take Care, 
Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 



From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 29, 2018 4:45 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Daily El Pueblo Update 


Hi Brian, 


El Pueblo Overtime Officers met wit™ 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213) 484-4855 


384 






From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 29, 2018 4:35 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Fwd: 10/29/18 El Pueblo O/T 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213) 484-4855 


From: Marco Ramirez <40604@lapd.online> 
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 4:34 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew 
Subject: 10/29/18 El Pueblo O/T 


Contacts: 15 
Fi: 0 

Citizen Flag downs: 1 
Warnings: 0 
Outreach: 0 
All is calm 

No new individuals in perimeter. 


Met with 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Officers met with 


Investigatory 


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Respectfully, 


Police Officer II Ramirez, Marco #40604 
Los Angeles Police Department 
Operations Central Bureau 

Unified Homelessness Response Center - Liaison for Operations West Bureau and Valley Bureau 
500 East Temple Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Office: 213-576-6407 


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From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 9:56 AM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Subject: El Pueblo Weekly Update 

Attachments: El Pueblo Week 6.doc 


Hi Brian, 

Please see the attached Badge Note for the Weekly El Pueblo Update that I prepare fro Commander Choi. Let 
me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 29, 2018 9:06 AM 

Brian Buchner;Robert Chellew 

Re: Confirmation - MONDAY- OCTOBER 29TH, 2018 


Hi Brian, Officer Ramirez is sending to you now. We do not have access to the UHRC E Mail. 
Have a God Day!! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 29, 2018 8:51:54 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Robert Chellew 

Subject: Fwd: Confirmation - MONDAY- OCTOBER 29TH, 2018 
Hi Emada and Robert, 

Are either of you planning to send the UHRC email? We didn’t discuss before Monique left. 
I can as long as I have the information. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


a 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



Begin forwarded message: 


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From: Carolyn Cook < carolyn.cook@lacity.org > 

Date: October 29,2018 at 7:43:15 AM PDT 

To: Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online >, Marco Ramirez < 40604@lapd.online >, Robert 
Chellew < 37991 @lapd.onlinc >, Reiner Reich Bolor < 41517@lapd.online >, Salvador Rosales 
< salvador.rosales@lacity.org >, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Subject: Fwd: Confirmation - MONDAY- OCTOBER 29TH, 2018 

FYI:) 


-Forwarded message- 

From: san CSI < sancsi@lacity.org > 

Date: Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 7:34 AM 

Subject: Confirmation - MONDAY- OCTOBER 29TH, 2018 

To: "Jose P. Garcia" <iose.garcia@lacity.org >, "Lee, Ronald" < ron.lee@lacity.org >, Russell 
Zamora < russell.zamora@lacitv.org >, Richard Santa Maria < richard.santamaria@lacity.org >, 
Bruce Reed < bruce.reed@lacity.org >, Roger Duarte < roger.duarte@lacity.org >, Frederick 
Moody < frederick.moodv@lacity.org >, Gabriel Miranda < gabriel.miranda@lacity.org >, 

Gonzalo Barriga < gonzalo.barriga@lacity.org >, Joseph Fortaleza <joseph.fortaleza@lacity.org >, 
Steven Pedersen < steven.pedersen@lacitv.org >, Howard Wong < howard.wong@lacitv.org >, 

Eric Lee < eric.y.lee@lacity.org >, Katrina Montgomery < katrina.montgomery@lacity.org >, 
Adam Smith < adam.j.smith@lacity.org >, Carolyn Cook < carolyn.cook@lacity.org >, Salvador 
Rosales < salvador.rosales@lacity.org > 

Cc: Angel Ibarra < angel.ibarra@lacity.org >, Diana Gonzalez < diana.gonzalez@lacity.org >, 
Maria Serrano < maria.serrano@lacity.org >, Bladimir Campos < bladimir.campos@lacity.org >, 
Cecelia Shackelford < renee.shackelford@lacity.org >, Janice Murray 
<janice.murrav@lacity.org >, Richard Young < richard.x.young@lacity.org >, Sarah Bell 
< sarah.washington@lacity.org >, Katrena Barrera < katrena.barrera@lacity.org >, Stephanie lopez 
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<ionelle.gardea@lacity.org >, Esteban Osorio < esteban.osorio@lacity.org >, Brandi Cruz 
< brandi.cruz@lacity.org >, Anthony Anderson < Anthony.E.Anderson@lacity.org >, Sabrena 
Edwards < sabrena.edwards@lacity.org >, Michelle Moreno < michelle.c.moreno@lacity.or g >, 
Paloma Reza < paloma.reza@lacity.org >, Victor Hinderliter < vhinderliter@lahsa. org >, 
MONIQUE CONTRERAS < 38228@lapd.lacity.org >, "Sgt. Adrian Maxwell" 
< 32387@lapd.online >, JERALD CASE < 36032@lapd.online >, Seguenas 
< 33808@lapd.online >, MARYA MASON < 34418@lapd.lacity.org > 


Good Afternoon, 

Please find confirmation attached for MONDAY- OCTOBER 29TH, 2018 
**4 WPD teams requested - Single day posting** 

HE/ID Confirmation Sheet 

Monday - 10/29/2018 @ 8:30 A.M. 

The locations listed below have been CONFIRMED for Clean-Up. We are requesting 4 WPD crews and 5 CSLA Service 
Teams. CSG staff will confirm locations with LAPD. Please contact your supervisor if you have any questions. 


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* HE - Homeless Encampments 
* ID- Illegal Dumping 



Team 1- CD 1: Northeast Division 



Ground Crew & Kubota 


SR tickets 

1 

180926024 

132 N 

AVENUE 61, 
90042 

FIGUEROA ST 

PIEDMONT 

AVE 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

3 hour. 6 HE, 

9 postings, 
tarps bulky, 
bicycle, tents, 
blue poly 
drum, 
shopping 
carts, 

trash/debris (1 
tent in park 
area outside 
of boundary) 

NORTHEAST 


3 

181010007 

169 S 

AVENUE 57, 
90042 

MEDIA DR 

N FIGUEROA 
ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

1 hour. 

Area is 

directly across 
164 S Avenue 
57. Pile keeps 
growing. 

2 HE, 10 
postings, 6 
bicycles and 
parts, 
shopping 
carts 

NORTHEAST 


4 

180928008 

AVENUE 43 
AT 

FIGUEROA 
ST,90065 

FIGUEROA ST 


SIDEWALK/STREET 

1 hour. 2 HE, 

12 postings, 5 
mattresses, 
trash, debris 

NORTHEAST 


5 

180928007 

4101 N 
FIGUEROA 
ST,90065 

WAVENUE 41 

SHELBURN 

CT 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

1 hour. 2 HE, 

10 postings, 
trash, tarps 
mattresses, 
couch, 

NORTHEAST 


6 

180924003 

3244 N 
ARROYO 
SECO AVE, 
90065 

CYPRESS AVE 

N FIGUEROA 
ST 

DEAD END/ 

STREET 

1 hour. 1 HE, 

12 postings, 
motorcycle on 
sidewalk, 
bicycles and 
parts, RV 
truck 

NORTHEAST 


7 

180927029 

2325 N 
HURON ST, 
90065 

DEAD END 

AVENUE 26 

DEAD END/ 

STREET 

1 hour. 3 

HEs, 14 
postings, 
trash, 2 tents, 
tarps, 
shopping 
carts, chairs 

NORTHEAST 




Team 2- CD 2: North Hollywood & Van Nuys Division 




Ground Crew & Kubota 


SR tickets 


390 





























1 

181017008 

12000 
SHERMAN 
WAY, 91605 

LAUREL 
CANYON BLVD 

RADFORD 

AVE 

SIDEWALK/ALLEY 

1 hour. 

Not 

Authorized - 
Missing 
PWB/LAHSA 
Signatures 

1 HE, 8 

Postings, 

trash, 

NORTH 

HOLLYWOOD 


6 

181017010 

11430W 
CHANDLER 
BLVD, 91601 

TUJUNGA AVE 

CAMELLIA 

AVE 

SIDEWALK/MEDIAN 

1 hour. 1 HE, 

8 postings, 
trash, 

Encampment 
on the strip 
between the 
street and the 
orange line. 

NORTH 

HOLLYWOOD 


8 

181017011 

10628W 
BLUFFSIDE 
DR, 91604 

VALLEYHEART 

DR 

LANKERSHIM 

BLVD 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

2 hours. 3 

HE, 16 

Postings, 

trash, 

Not 

Authorized - 
Missing ALL 

3 Signatures 

Constituent 
reported at 
least 5 

encampments 
along back 
wall of parking 
lot 

NORTH 

HOLLYWOOD 


10 

180815008 

6205 N 
LAUREL 
CANYON 
BLVD, 91606 

VANTAGE AVE 

ERWIN ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

2 hours. 6 

HE, 14 
postings, 
some trash, 

NORTH 

HOLLYWOOD 


11 

180912014 

7166 N 
ETHEL AVE, 
91605 

SHERMAN 

WAY 

BARBARA 
ANN ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

2 hours. 5 

HE, 16 

postings, 

trash, 

NORTH 

HOLLYWOOD 














Team 3- CD 8: Southeast Division 



Ground Crew & Kubota 


SR tickets 

1 

180821029 

*Priority 

129 W92ND 
ST,90003 

S BROADWAY 

S MAIN ST 

ALLEY 

1.5 hours. 3 

HE’S, 11 
Postings, 
tarps, bulky 
items, carts, 
bikes, bike 
parts, trash 
and debris. 
Bulky item 
structure 
(#48297) 

Not 

Authorized - 
Missing 
LAHSA 
Signatures 

HE LOCATED 
IN ALLEY 

SOUTHEAST 



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2 

180823019 

423 E 

LANZIT 

AVE, 90061 

TOWNE AVE 

AVALON 

BLVD 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

1 hours. 3 

HE’S, 14 
Postings, 
tents, tarps, 
bulky items, 
bikes, bike 
parts, trash 
and debris. 

SOUTHEAST 


4 

180823025 

9307 S 
FIGUEROA 
ST,90003 

W 93RD ST 

W 92ND ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

1 hours. 3 

HE’S, 10 
Postings, 
tarps, bulky 
items, bikes, 
bike parts, 
gasoline 
container, 
trash and 
debris. 

SOUTHEAST 


5 

180813006 

115 E 
COLDEN 
AVE, 90003 

MAIN ST 

WALL ST 

ALLEY 

3 hours. 2 

HE’S, 12 
Postings, 
tents, tarps, 
bulky items, 
bikes, bike 
parts, large 
amounts of 
trash and 
debris. Note: 
Vehicle 
attached to 
tarps in alley 
way, Car is 
blocking alley 
entrance. May 
need a tow 
truck to 

remove 
vehicle, 
license plate 
attached 
below in 
pictures. Not 
Authorized - 
Missing 
LAHSA 
Signatures 

SOUTHEAST 


6 

180927023 

315 W 

101 ST ST, 
90003 

CENTURY 

BLVD 

101 ST ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

~0 hours 
clean up??. 3 

HE’S, 14 
Postings, 
tents, tarps, 
bulky items, 
bikes, bike 
parts, trash 
and debris. 

Not 

Authorized - 
Missing ALL 

3 Signatures 

SOUTHEAST 


8 

181004003 

CENTRAL 
AVE AT 

101 ST ST, 
90002 

E CENTURY 
BLVD 

E102ND ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

1.5 hours. 2 

HE’S, 10 
Postings, 
tarps, bulky 
items, bikes, 
bike parts, 
trash and 

SOUTHEAST 



392 























debris, feces, 
urine. 

Not 

Authorized - 
Missing 
LAHSA 
Signature 




















OHS: CD 14 - Central Division 


Ground Crew & Kubota 


SR tickets 

1 

181019005 

1300 E 
INDUSTRIAL 
ST,90021 

5TH 

ST/GLADYS 

WALL/7TH ST 

SIDEWALK/STREET 

3 hour. 

6 HE’S, 20 
Postings, 
trash, strong 
urine, bulky 
items, debris, 

(3 HE’S on 
Wilde Street 
out of the 
zone.) 

CENTRAL 




















Team 4 - CD 14: General Street/Alley Maintenance 



Ground 
Crew & 
Kubota 



SR tickets 

i 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

Grande Vista to Indiana St/ 
Olympic to Union Pacific 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1224315021 

3 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

1135 E 12TH ST 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1223727741 

2 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

OLYMPIC BLVD AT WILSON 
ST,90021 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1216170071 

4 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

18TH ST AT PALOMA 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1223738261 

5 

Illegal 

Dump 

1740 E OLYMPIC BLVD, 

90021 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, shopping carts 

1- 

1120749551 

6 

Illegal 

Dump 

2428 1/2 E BOULDER ST, 
90033 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, tires 

1- 

1121112797 

7 

Illegal 

Dump 

1400 S LOS ANGELES ST, 
90015 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags 

1- 

1127066691 

8 

Illegal 

Dump 

1740 S SANTEE ST, 90015 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags 

1- 

1127142786 

9 

Illegal 

Dump 

ESPERANZA ST AT PICO 
BLVD, 90023 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, tires 

1- 

1127792301 


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10 

Illegal 

Dump 

766 E12TH ST, 90021 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags 

1- 

1131718881 








Team 5 - CD 6: General Street/Alley Maintenance 



Ground Crew & Kubota 

SR tickets 

1 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

13500 W STRATHERN ST, 
91402 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1224318881 

2 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

8650 N SAN FERNANDO 
ROAD, 91352 

Sidewalk/Street 

CD REQUEST**-Kubota 
Needed 

1- 

1194682733, 

1- 

1192137921, 

1- 

1162181621 

3 

Illegal 

Dump 

9228 N TUJUNGA AVE, 

91352 

Sidewalk/Street 

Kubota Needed**-Bulky 

items, loose 

miscellaneous/debris, wood, 
cardboard/boxes, tires 

1- 

1161281291 

4 

Illegal 

Dump 

"Priority" 

8974 N NORRIS AVE, 91352 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, shopping cart 

1- 

1157556921 

5 

Illegal 

Dump 

11070 W PEORIA ST, 91352 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags 

1- 

1159162801 

6 

Illegal 

Dump 

14665 W COVELLO ST, 

91405 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags 

1- 

1167508979 

7 

Illegal 

Dump 

14630 W PLUMMER ST, 

91402 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes 

1- 

1169620647 

8 

Illegal 

Dump 

7918 N KESTER AVE, 91402 

Sidewalk/Street 

Tree branches 

1- 

1173012761 

9 

Illegal 

Dump 

VANOWEN ST AT 

WOODLEY AVE, 91406 

Sidewalk/Street 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, shopping carts 

1- 

1173333131 

10 

Illegal 

Dump 

8848 N MATILIJA AVE, 

91402 

Alley 

Loose miscellaneous/debris, 
bulky items, cardboard/boxes, 
trash bags, brush 

1- 

1174331961 


Thanks! 



SANCSLA Team 



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(213) 485-3112 
(213) 847-2997 

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EOP CSLA Washington District Yard 

2649 E Washington Blvd, L.A. CA 90021 
(213) 473-7400 
(213) 473-7415 

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Carolyn Cook 

Environmental Compliance Inspector 
Watershed Protection Division 

Environmental Enforcement & Emergency Response Unit 
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles 


Phone: 323-342-1534 
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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 
Friday, October 26, 2018 7:23 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 

Re: El Pueblo metrics for today, 10/26 


Hi Brian, 


All good in the Zone today. We had the regular LAPD OCB HOPE Team in the SECZ, the Day Watch 
Overtime Officers performed high visibility and checked in with El Pueblo Staff. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, October 26, 2018 7:20 PM 
To: Matthew Tenchavez 

Cc: Howard Wong; Gonzalo Barriga; Amy Perkins; Christina Miller; Dominic Choi; Carolyn Cook; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: El Pueblo metrics for today, 10/26 

Thanks, Matthew. 

LASAN? LAPD? 


Brian 


On Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 4:56 PM Matthew Tenchavez < mtenchavez@,lahsa.org > wrote: 

Hello Brian, 

Here are the metrics on behalf of LAHSA. HET reported the following: 

HET/HETHOPE 

Contact 10 individuals 
3 added to the interest list for El Puente 
1 utilized the storage bin. 


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Again if you have questions or need some clarification feel free to reach out to me. 


a 


Thank you and GO DODGERS! 

Matthew A. Tenchavez 
Homeless Engagement Team, 
Supervisor SPA 4, Access & 
Engagement Department 
Los Angeles Homeless Services 
Authority (LAHSA) 


811 Wilshire Boulevard, 7th Floor 

Los Angeles, CA 90017 

Cell: 

Tel: 213-225-6581 

Fax: 213-892-0093 

Email: mteuchavez@lahsa.org 

www.lahsa.org 


This transmission is intended only for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent 
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of this communication is strictly prohibited. Be aware that most communications with LAHSA are subject to disclosure under the 
California Public Records Act. If y ou received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this 
communication or by telephone at Thank you. 


From: Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > 

Sent: Friday, October 26, 2018 4:47 PM 

To: Matthew Tenchavez; carolyn.cook@lacity.org; Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Howard Wong; Gonzalo Barriga; Amy Perkins; Christina Miller; Dominic Choi 

Subject: El Pueblo metrics for today, 10/26 

I know the Dodgers are on in a few minutes but can we please get the El Pueblo metrics for today ASAP? 
Thanks. 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, October 25, 2018 8:36 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: El Pueblo Daily Update 


No Worries Brian! Have a Good Night! 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2018 8:34 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: El Pueblo Daily Update 
Thanks! 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 

On Oct 25, 2018, at 8:33 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@lapd.online > wrote: 
Hi Brian, 

Please see the below Daily Update for El Pueblo. 

Let me know if you have any questions. 



Take Care, 


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Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@4apd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor < 41517(5)lapd.online > 
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2018 3:45 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez 
Subject: El Pueblo A Bridge Home OT Detail 


Contacts: 3 
Fi: 0 

Citizen Flag downs: 0 
Warnings: 0 
Outreach: 0 


Spoke with Officer Haskell #41440 
Officers met with Director Xavier a 


(OT Detail assigned cell phone number 


nd security guard Alvarez. Nothing significant to report. 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, October 25, 2018 8:34 PM 
Brian Buchner 
Dominic Choi 
El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 

Please see the below Daily Update for El Pueblo. 

Let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Reiner Reich Bolor <41517@lapd.online> 
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2018 3:45 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Robert Chellew; Marco Ramirez 
Subject: El Pueblo A Bridge Home OT Detail 

Contacts: 3 
Fi: 0 

Citizen Flag downs: 0 
Warnings: 0 


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Outreach: 0 


Spoke with Officer Haskell #41440 (OT Detail assigned cell phone number 


Privacy 


Officers met with Director Xavier and security guard Alvarez. Nothing significant to report. 


Respectfully, 

Officer Reiner Bolor, Serial No. 41517 
Los Angeles Police Dept. 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
500 East Temple St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90012 
(213) 484-4855 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 10:04 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Today's El Pueblo Update 

Hi Brian, 



Same report as yesterday. No issues, the Overtime Officers met with Staff and provided High Visibility. There 
was the regular SECZ Operation today. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 9:03 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras; Dominic Choi 
Subject: Today's El Pueblo Update 

Hi Emada, 

Anything to report from El Pueblo today? 
Thanks. 

Brian 



Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 6:16 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 



There were no significant incidents in the El Pueblo Zone during the Day Watch Overtime Hours. Today was a 
CSLA Day and the OCB HOPE Team was assigned to duties outside of the Zone. Please let me know if you 
have any further questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 22, 2018 8:24 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 


The Day Watch El Pueblo Overtime Officers had four Minor incidents today: 



Please let me know if you have any questions. 
Take Care, 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Friday, October 19, 2018 5:53 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 


Hi Brian, 


I just spoke with the Day Watch Overtime Officers and they advised All was good today. The officers stated 
that many of the Homeless Clients were taking down their tents, folding them and pushing them up against the 
walls/fences on Arcadia and Spring Street. 

The officers drove the Zone today and met with Staff on site. No citizen flag downs or issues. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. 

Have a Great Weekend, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, October 18, 2018 5:53 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: Daily report 

Hi Brian, 



No significant incidents for today. Every Monday I will be providing you a weekly update on Part I and Part II 
crimes in the El Pueblo Zone. I will also provide Arrest numbers and RFC’s for the Zone. The arrest numbers 
and RFC’s will be from either Patrol, RESET, Metro etc. 

I will also continue to do the Daily El Pueblo Overtime Officers Update. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2018 5:22 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Monique Contreras 
Subject: Daily report 

Hi Emada, 

Any stats for today? 

Thanks. 

Brian 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, October 18, 2018 11:46 AM 
Brian Buchner 

Fw: LA Sanitation Cancellations 


Hi Brian, 


Please see below, just wanted to keep you in the loop. 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2018 11:14 AM 

To: Jay Mims; Arturo Siguenas; Jerald Case; Adrian Maxwell; Marya Mason 
Cc: Michael Padilla; Celina Robles; Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras 
Subject: LA Sanitation Cancellations 

Hello HOPE Leadership Team, 

I have spoken to most you about this subject but I wanted to make sure you are all in the loop. Over the past 
few weeks there have been multiple cancellations due to minimum staffing from the Watershed Teams. LA 
Sanitation has advised that they had someone retire, some folks out sick the Extended Typhus Zone Clean Ups, 
the daily El Pueblo Enhanced Clean Up Zone and that they are simply short handed and can not staff all the 
Bureaus, So far here is the break down of cancellations for each of your teams since October 1, 2018: 

OSB HOPE-5 Times 
OWB HOPE-4 Times 
OVB HOPE-5 Times 

OCB HOPE-1 Time (Due to the El Pueblo Bridge Home; less cancellations) 

Starting on October 9, 2018 we began to have two Bureaus a day get cancelled. The UHRC is keeping track of 
the cancellations and trying to keep it equal and fair for each of your teams. If you have exigent 
circumstances, special media requests please let us know and we will coordinate with LA Sanitation to try and 
keep you scheduled. It is my understanding that Sanitation is in the process of interviewing and hiring new 
members and by January they will have a total of 21 teams, right now they have 9 teams currently trained and 


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three teams in training. As each Bridge Home site opens, those locations will become your focus and your 
teams may only be doing Rapid Response once a week. 


The next Bridge Home sites are in Hollywood (January) and Rampart Division (December; I just learned of this 
Rampart location today). As I get more information, I will do my best to communicate with you all and keep 
you in the loop. The HOPE Teams posture for the Bridge Home sites have been communication, education, 
warnings and protection for the Sanitation crews. I know it is frustrating and I appreciate your 
patience. PLEASE let me know if I can do anything else to help you and your Teams. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 4:55 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 



Today Day Watch El Pueblo Overtime Officers were flagged down for a 415 Man in the Oliveria shopping 
center. The officers asked the gentleman to leave which he complied. Officers also Warned 1 individual for 
drinking in pubic. 

Officer's met with Staff and engaged with some of the Bridge Home Clients. Please let me know if you have 
any further questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 5:59 AM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 


Good Morning Brian, 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


| There were no 

additional issues yesterday; the OCB HOPE team had Rapid Response so they were not in the El Pueblo Zone. 


The overtime officers advised that it was quiet, they warned one individual for walking in the middle of the 
street, drove and walked the Zone and checked in with El Pueblo staff. 


The OCB HOPE team plans on continuing the same posture in the Enhanced Clean Up Zone- LAHSA taking 
the lead, education, warning and providing protection for LASanitation. I am still under the impression this 
posture will continue with the HOPE Team with very little to no enforcement action. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213) 484-4855 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Monday, October 15, 2018 4:36 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Fw: El Pueblo Metric and Summary 

47860 EL PUEBLO HOPE - 530 Ramirez st.docx; 47860 WPD Metric -530 RAMIREZ 
ST.xIsx; 47860 HOPE Metric -530 RAMIREZ ST.xIsx 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Salvador Rosales <salvador.rosales@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 15, 2018 4:25 PM 

To: Monique Contreras; Emada Tingirides; Brian Buchner; Marco Ramirez; Reiner Reich Bolor; Robert Chellew; Carolyn 
Cook 

Subject: Fwd: El Pueblo Metric and Summary 
Good afternoon. 

Please see the attached metrics/report for today's El Pueblo HOPE Operations. 


Salvador Rosales 

Environmental Compliance Inspector 

Watershed Protection Division 

Bureau of Sanitation 
Department of Public Works 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 15, 2018 4:34 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: El Puente Update 


Roger that!!! Will do daily. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Monday, October 15, 2018 4:28:27 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Dominic Choi 

Subject: Re: El Puente Update 

Thanks, Emada. Yes, please continue sending daily ABH emails. We've been asked to provide daily updates to 
the Mayor. 

Brian 

On Mon, Oct 15, 2018 at 4:23 PM Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> wrote: 

Hi Brian, 

The Special Enforcement Cleaning continued today in the El Puente Zone. LAHSA lead the outreach with 4 
HET members. The theme for today was continued from last week; Education and warnings. There were no 
citations issued by LAPD or LA Sanitation. LA Sanitation removed some bulky items, shopping carts. I will 
send the metrics in a separate E Mail. 


Today our Overtime Detail encountered a Citizen Flag Down 

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Investigatory 

Investigatory 

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Investigatory 




There were no Part I or II crimes in the El Puente Zone last week and no arrests. 


Please let me know if you have any questions. Also, do you want me to continue with Daily E Mails for the 
ABH site? 


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Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


a 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Ma " "Sarcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, October 15, 2018 4:24 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Puente Update 

Hi Brian, 



The Special Enforcement Cleaning continued today in the El Puente Zone. LAHSA lead the outreach with 4 HET 
members. The theme for today was continued from last week; Education and warnings. There were no 
citations issued by LAPD or LA Sanitation. LA Sanitation removed some bulky items, shopping carts. I will send 
the metrics in a separate E Mail. 


Today our Overtime Detail encountered a Citizen Flag Down 

Investigatory 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

1 


There were no Part I or II crimes in the El Puente Zone last week and no arrests. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. Also, do you want me to continue with Daily E Mails for the 
ABH site? 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 


Wednesday, October 10, 2018 5:39 PM 
Robert Garcia;brian.buchner@lacity.org 
Jay Mims 


Re: 828 Eubank St Possible Encampment 


Thank You Much Robert. 

Stay Safe, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


From: Robert Garcia <39970@lapd.online> 

Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 10:17 AM 
To: brian.buchner@lacity.org 
Cc: Emada Tingirides; Jay Mims 
Subject: 828 Eubank St Possible Encampment 

Good morning Mr. Buchner, this is Robert Garcia Police Officer III from South Bureau HOPE detail. I canvassed 
the area of 828 Eubank St in Wilmington. The location is an industrial area and the physical address mentioned 
above is a temporary labor agency. We arrived at the location at approx 08:50 hours today and didn't see any 
evidence of homeless encampments in the area. 

Based on my previous experience in the area, I know those seeking employment with the labor agency tend to 
show up very early in the morning due to the "first come first served" policy at the agency. I've included the 
attached photos from the location. Best Regards, Garcia R. 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 5:36 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Fwd: Vermont Ave. and Florence 


Hi Neian, 

Just an FYI RE: Florence/Vermont. 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


From: Jay Mims <40112@lapd.online> 

Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 10:38 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: Vermont Ave. and Florence 

I was advised by the Officers that Solids will not come out without Watershed. Solids recovers items at the 
direction of Watershed. Solids established this requirement sometime in the last DP or so. 

Our plan is to hit the Vermont and Florence location with rapid response first thing tomorrow before heading 
over to SOE Div as scheduled. Today I have the Officers going over to seek voluntary compliance and to 
provide LAMC 56.11 education. 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 7:54:52 AM 
To: Jay Mims 

Subject: Re: Vermont Ave. and Florence 


Great Jay, 


Watershed is canceled today for the OSB FIOPE Team. Flave your officers contact the Solids Driver to see if 
they will be with your team today. 

Thanks, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 


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Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


From: Jay Mims 

Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 7:42:25 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Subject: Re: Vermont Ave. and Florence 

We are aware of the location and are addressing it today with rapid response within the next few hours. I have 
advised my guys that this location is priority #1. We will continue to monitor the location after clean-up to 
address any re-establishment of encampments. 


From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 7:27:43 AM 
To: Jay Mims 

Subject: Vermont Ave. and Florence 
Hi Sergeant Mims, 

Please see the below request. Is it possible your team can go by Florence/Vermont and assess as well? 
Thanks Much, 

Emada 
E Mail: 

Hope all is well. I received a call from a constituent in South LA with concerns in regards to a homeless 
encampment that "has gotten out of control". The attached photos were taken last week, by the constituent, 
at the corner of Vermont Ave. and Florence Ave. The transients living here are described as aggressive and 
often times confrontational. As you can see from the photos, the sidewalk is completely covered with trash. 

We are hoping you can assist by looking into this. 

As a side note, the Mayor may be visiting a construction site nearby that includes affordable housing 
developments in the coming weeks. Any chance we can get this cleaned up before then? 

Thanks! 

Mayra 


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Mayra Medel 

Executive Assistant to the Mayor 
Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti 

200 N. Spring Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 


0.213-978-0600 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213) 484-4855 

31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, October 09, 2018 9:53 PM 

Brian Buchner;Monique Contreras 

Re: Assessment of 828 Eubank - Harbor Area 


Hi Brian, 


We will do our best!! I will make contact with the OSB HOPE Team tomorrow morning. Are you looking for 
photos and location feedback? 

Thanks Much, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 9:40 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Assessment of 828 Eubank - Harbor Area 

Hi Monique and Emada, 

We received an urgent request from our legislative team to assess and document conditions - and encampments 
- around 828 Eubank in the Harbor Area. See the attached images. Can we have a team go out first thing 
tomorrow morning? We’re being asked to send any information and photos by 10am. 


Thanks. 


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Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, September 24, 2018 5:07 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 


Overtime Officers made contact with % 

Investigatory 

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Take Care, 
Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 5:40 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 
El Pueblo Daily update 


Hello Brian, 


Please see the below El Pueblo Update: 


The Overtime Officers met wit! 


Investigatory 



2 citizen flag downs: 

1 for animal cruelty (no crime) 

1 restraining order violation (kept the peace) 

1 Field Interview Card for the homeless individual for referral. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


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Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Monday, September 17, 2018 4:42 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

El Pueblo Daily Update 

Hi Brian, 



Officers met with Security Officer Jose and Staff member Walter and Atar at El Pueblo. The overtime Officer's 
felt very welcomed in the morning during patrol of the Bridge home, however, mid afternoon Officer's felt 
unwelcomed. Officer's believed they were overstaying their welcome by continuing to patrol inside and 
outside the Bridge home based on staff body language. I suggested that they stick to just two "check in's" per 
shift. 


1 Citizen flag down for 


Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 

Investigatory 



The officers also advised that the El Pueblo Zone Area was calm with no major incidents and no new homeless 
individuals identified in the area. 

Please let me know if you have any questions, 

Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 
Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


434 


From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, September 13, 2018 6:07 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


That’s correct Brian. No arrest or citations. The individual 


Investigatory 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2018 6:03 PM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Cc: Dominic Choi; Monique Contreras 
Subject: Re: Daily El Pueblo Update 


Thanks, Emada. So no arrests or citations? Even win 


Investigatory 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


On Sep 13, 2018, at 6:01 PM, Emada Tingirides < 31546@,lapd.online > wrote: 


Hi Brian, 


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Please see the below update for El Pueblo today: 


3 Citizen Flag Downs 


Investigatory 


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Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


Investigatory 


There were no new individuals in the area and no critical issues in the El Pueblo Zone. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@ / lapd.online 


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There were no new individuals in the area and no critical issues in the El Pueblo Zone. 


Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


437 








Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Thursday, September 13, 2018 5:48 PM 

Brian Buchner 

Monique Contreras 

Re: El Pueblo Update for 9/12 


Hi Brian, 

All went well today 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2018 10:08 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras 

Subject: El Pueblo Update for 9/12 

Hi Emada and Monique, 

Is there an El Pueblo update for yesterday? 

Both PD & LAS AN metrics. 


Thanks. 


Brian 


Brian Buchner 


Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 



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From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Thursday, September 13, 2018 10:59 AM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Dominic Choi 

Subject: 

Re: El Pueblo Update for 9/12 

Hi Brian, 



The Overtime details are going great. The offices have been tasked with conducting 2 “Check In’s” on site per 
“Watch”, with the Security and Staff. 

The officers walk foot beats and drive the entire Pueblo Zone. I have spoken with Staff there and they are 
pleased with the LAPD response. No arrest or enforcement activity this week. 

The UHRC does a 1530 Hrs. check in with the officers assigned each day and will be receiving weekly reports 
from the Lieutenant overseeing the Overtime Detail out of Central Division. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge ,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2018 10:08 AM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras 

Subject: El Pueblo Update for 9/12 

Hi Emada and Monique, 

Is there an El Pueblo update for yesterday? 

Both PD & LAS AN metrics. 

Thanks. 

Brian 


440 




Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. 1213) 978-3107 c. (3101^^H 


441 





From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Tuesday, September 11, 2018 5:40 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Dominic Choi;Monique Contreras 

Subject: 

Daily ABH Update El Pueblo 


Good Evening Brian, 

I wanted to provide you with an update regarding Lot 5 A Bridge Housing Site and the additional LAPD 
resources assigned. Today was the second official day of our officer Deployment and so far so good. The 
Officers walked two separate foot beats within the "El Pueblo Zone", they also made contact onsite with the 
Service Provider and the Security. There have been no arrest or critical incidents thus far. The officers have 
expressed positive feedback from all parties involved. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


442 



From: 

Emada Tingirides 

Sent: 

Friday, August 17, 2018 3:14 PM 

To: 

Brian Buchner 

Cc: 

Monique Contreras;Jeannette Pelayo;Celina Robles 

Subject: 

Re: Aerial Photos 

I'm glad they worked out!! 

Have a Good weekend. 


Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 9:14 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Monique Contreras; Jeannette Pelayo; Celina Robles 
Subject: Re: Aerial Photos 

All the photos are great!! Thanks foryour help, Emada! 


Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. f213t 978-3107 c. (3101^^^| 


On Aug 17, 2018, at 9:10 AM, Emada Tingirides < 3 1546(5)lapd.online > wrote: 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 

(213)484-4855 

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31546(S) lapd. online 


From: Renato Viduya < n 1332(5)lapd.online > 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are 
low resolution and only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up 
anytime. Should you have any questions, please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
n!332@lapd.online 

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From: 

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To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, August 17, 2018 9:10 AM 

Brian Buchner 

Monique Contreras;Jeannette Pelayo;Celina Robles 
Fwd: Aerial Photos 

_RAV0027.jpg; _RAV0031.jpg; _RAV0030.jpg; _RAV0033.jpg; _RAV0036.jpg; 
_RAV0028.jpg; _RAV0032.jpg; _RAV0029.jpg; _RAV0035.jpg; _RAV0034.jpg 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Renato Viduya <nl332@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are low resolution and 
only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up anytime. Should you have any questions, 
please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
nl332@lapd.online 


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From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, August 17, 2018 9:07 AM 

Brian Buchner 

Celina Robles;Monique Contreras,'Jeannette Pelayo 
Fwd: Aerial Photos 

_RAV0017.jpg; _RAV0022.jpg; _RAV0025.jpg; _RAV0018.jpg; _RAV0023.jpg; 
_RAV0021.jpg; _RAV0024.jpg; _RAV0026.jpg; _RAV0019.jpg; _RAV0020.jpg 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Renato Viduya <nl332@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are low resolution and 
only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up anytime. Should you have any questions, 
please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
nl332@lapd.online 


446 




From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, August 17, 2018 9:05 AM 

Brian Buchner 

Monique Contreras;Celina Robles;Jeannette Pelayo 
Fwd: Aerial Photos 

_RAV0013.jpg; _RAV0015.jpg; _RAV0011.jpg; _RAV0012.jpg; _RAV0016.jpg; 
_RAV0014.jpg 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Renato Viduya <nl332@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are low resolution and 
only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up anytime. Should you have any questions, 
please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
nl332@lapd.online 


447 




From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, August 17, 2018 9:04 AM 

Brian Buchner 

Jeannette Pelayo;Monique Contreras;Celina Robles 
Fwd: Aerial Photos 

_RAV0008.jpg; _RAV0006.jpg; _RAV0009.jpg; _RAV0007.jpg; _RAV0010.jpg 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Renato Viduya <nl332@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are low resolution and 
only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up anytime. Should you have any questions, 
please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
nl332@lapd.online 


448 




From: 

Sent: 

To: 

Cc: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


Emada Tingirides 

Friday, August 17, 2018 9:02 AM 

Brian Buchner 

Jeannette Pelayo;Celina Robles;Monique Contreras 
Fwd: Aerial Photos 

_RAV0004.jpg; _RAV0002.jpg; _RAV0005.jpg; _RAV0001.jpg; _RAV0003.jpg 


Hi Brian, 


I can only send 5 photos at a time. Bear with me©. These are photos are PERFECT! 


Stand by for more! 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge,Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213)484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Renato Viduya <nl332@lapd.online> 

Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 8:52 AM 
To: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Aerial Photos 

Lt. Tingirides, 

Please find attached photos regarding aerial photos of El Pueblo Parking Lot 5. The above photos are low resolution and 
only for viewing purposes. I have your CD and index sheets ready for pick up anytime. Should you have any questions, 
please email or call me. 

Thanks 

Renato A. Viduya, N1332 
TID Photo Unit/LAPD 
555 Ramirez Street, Space 212 
Los Angeles, CA 90012 
Work No. 213-473-8109 
FAX No. 213-473-8163 
nl332@lapd.online 


449 




From: Emada Tingirides 

Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 10:37 AM 

To: Brian Buchner 

Subject: Fwd: UHRC Challenge Coins 

Attachments: Challenge Coin Proof.jpg 


Hi Brian, 


Please see the below response gearing the challenge coins and the attachment. I Love the idea of a Chllenge Coin!! 


Take Care, 


Emada 


EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 


Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles 
(213)484-4855 


From: Helen Lopez <24538@lapd.online> 

Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 6:55 AM 
To: Monique Contreras; Dennis Moeller 
Cc: Emada Tingirides 
Subject: RE: UHRC Challenge Coins 

Monique et all, 

Here is the coin contact. 

If you give them your coin drawing they will format it. 

Helen 


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From: Monique Contreras [mailto:monique.contreras@lacity.org] 

Sent: Monday, August 13, 2018 8:42 AM 

To: Dennis Moeller <26148@lapd.online>; Helen Lopez <24538@lapd.online> 

Cc: Emada Tingirides <31546@lapd.online> 

Subject: Re: UHRC Challenge Coins 

Good morning Dennis and Helen, 

Are you able to provide guidance on who we can reach out to for assistance with the development of challenge coins? 

Thank you, 


Senior Lead Officer Monique Contreras 
CENTCOM Operations 
Unified Homelessness Response Center 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
c. (310) 938-4489 

On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 7:15 AM, Brian Buchner < brian.buchner@lacity.org > wrote: 

Do either of you know anyone who designs challenge coins? I want to have one made for the UHRC. Also need a 
recommendation for a place to have them made. I've had a few not-so-great experiences. 

Thanks! 

Brian 




Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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Subject: 


Emada Tingirides 

Sunday, August 12, 2018 11:33 PM 
Brian Buchner 

Michael Padilla;dani.cohen.intern@lacity.org 
Re: UHRC Tour 


Hi Brian, 


Thanks for the information. Unfortunately I will not be available Monday through Wednesday of this week. I 
have been asked to participate and evaluate/interview for Air Support applicants. Sergeant Padilla will be 
checking in at the UHRC in my absence. 

Would you like him at the UHRC at 0930 Hrs? 

Take Care, 

Emada 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 
Officer in Charge 

Unified Homelessness Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 
500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Brian Buchner <brian.buchner@lacity.org> 
Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2018 9:08 PM 
To: Eddie Sanders 

Cc: Dani Cohen; Kathy Proctor; Emada Tingirides 
Subject: Re: UHRC Tour 

Hi Eddie and Kathy, 


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Dani will be giving you a tour of the UHRC. Unfortunately, I've been pulled into something else and won't be 
able to join. I've asked Dani to introduce you to Lt. Emada Tingirides (copied here), the LAPD's officer-in- 
charge of the UHRC. Lt. Tingirides can provide some helpful context around the UHRC's current and future 
efforts. 

Thanks so much. 


Brian 


On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 3:18 PM, Eddie Sanders 


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> wrote: 


Hi Dani and Brian, 


Thank you so much! 


Kathy and I are looking forward to the tour and learning more about the UHRC. 


Have a great rest-of-the-afternoon. 


Eddie Sanders 


From: Dani Cohen fmailto: dani.cohen.intern(S)lacitv.orql 

Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 3:16 PM 

To: Eddie Sanders 

Cc: Kathy Proctor; Brian Buchner 

Subject: Re: UHRC Tour 


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Eddie, 


We're all set for a tour of the UHRC on Monday, 8/13 at 9:30 AM. Brian Buchner from the Mayor's Office 
will be there and can facilitate the tour and answer any questions you may have about the UHRC. The UHRC 
is located at the Emergency Operations Center at 500 E. Temple Street, Los Angeles. There is rooftop parking 
available in the parking garage. I’ve attached a parking pass that you should print and display on your vehicle's 
dashboard upon parking at the EOC. 


Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or any difficulty finding the location. We’re very 
much looking forward to meeting you and having you at the UHRC! 


All the best, 
Dani 


On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Eddie Sanders 


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> wrote: 


Hi Dani, 


Just spoke with Kathy and we would like to schedule a tour of the UHRC for Monday, August 13 th at 9:30 am. Would 
that date and time work? If so, can you please provide me with the site address? 


Thanks! 


Eddie Sanders 


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From: Dani Cohen rmailto: dani.cohen.intern(5)lacitv.orql 
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 10:05 AM 
To: Eddie Sanders 
Subject: Re: UHRC Tour 


Of course! 


On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 9:57 AM, Eddie Sanders 


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> wrote: 


Hi Dani, 


It would just be me and my colleague Kathy Proctor who runs the NEVHC Transitions To Wellness Program site in Van 
Nuys. I emailed her just now to give me some dates and times. Can I get back to you later today? 


Thank you so much! 


Eddie 


From: Dani Cohen rmailto: dani.cohen.intern(5)lacitv.orql 

Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 7:54 AM 

To: Eddie Sanders 

Cc: Brian Buchner 

Subject: UHRC Tour 


Hi Eddie, 


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My name is Dani and I work with Brian and Monique at the UHRC and I would love to help you set up a tour. 
As Brian mentioned, we operate from M-TH from 7am- 5pm. Is there a day/time in that time frame that would 
work for you and your team? Let me know! 


All the best, 
Dani 



Dani Cohen 

CENTCOM Intern, Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
C. (818) I 


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Dani Cohen 

CENTCOM Intern, Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation 
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 
C. (818) I 


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Dani Cohen 


CENTCOM Intern, Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation 


Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 


C. (818) 


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Brian Buchner 

Chief, CENTCOM Operations 

Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti 

o. (213) 978-3107 c. (310) 


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Emada Tingirides 

Tuesday, August 07, 2018 3:46 PM 

brian.buchner@lacity.org 

Monique Contreras 

Fw: 080718 7400 N Figueroa .docx 

080118 134 & Fig .docx; 080718 7400 N Figueroa .docx 


Hi Brian, 

I sent your request to the OCB HOPE Team responded to the 7400 Block of Figueroa and conducted an 
assessment and outreach (See Sergeant Siguenas' E Mail below). Siguenas advised that a few of the Clients 
have small Misdemeanor Warrants but we did not take enforcement action on them. Officer Chellew advised 
tat this has been an ongoing problem with the same Clients with several Clean ups and Outreach efforts to 
include DMH, LAHSA, Exodus). One of the Clients is an 88 year old woman who has consistently refused to 
leave and/or receive housing resources. 

The OCB HOPE Team will continue to monitor. They do not believe the location is big enough an issue for a 
CSLA Clean Up. See attached photos. 

On a side note- LA Sanitation will be removing the "Tiny House" tomorrow on 48th/Grand. Elvis has a 
European Camera Man that has been following him around and may be there tomorrow....will keep you 
posted 

Take Care and we will talk on Thursday. 

EMADA E. TINGIRIDES, Lieutenant 

Officer in Charge, Unified Homeless Response Center (UHRC) 

Los Angeles Police Department 

500 East Temple Street, Los Angeles CA 
(213) 484-4855 
31546@lapd.online 


From: Arturo Siguenas 

Sent: Tuesday, August 7, 2018 2:57 PM 

To: Emada Tingirides 

Cc: Robert Chellew; Reiner Reich Bolor; Marco Ramirez; Lenny Torres 
Subject: 080718 7400 N Figueroa .docx 

Good afternoon. 

Here are the pictures of 7400 block of Figueroa Street. Officers contacted 4 homeless subjects and LAHSA 
attempted to provide outreach, but it was declined. 


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On August 1, 2018, Rapid Response conducted enforcement at this location; there was approximately 7 
encampments at that time. 


Respectfully, 

Sergeant Arturo Siguenas 

Homeless Outreach Proactive & Engagement (HOPE) 
Officer in Charge 
Operations-Central Bureau 
(323) 342-4151 

33808(5)lapd.online 


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Reason 


Description 


148(1 

n 


# of occurrences) 


358 

(2) 

363 

(1) 

364 

(1) 

365 

(1) 

366 

(1) 

368 

(1) 

369 

(1) 

371 

(1) 

373 

(1) 

376 

(1) 

380 

(1) 

382 

(1) 

388 

(1) 

397 

(2) 

398 

(2) 

399 

(1) 

403 

(1) 

408 

(1) 

415 

(1) 

430 

(1) 

435 

(1) 

439 

(1) 

441 

(1) 

443 

(1) 

451 

(1) 

457 

(1) 



Reason Page (# of occurrences) 


Description 


Privacy 


7(1) 

9(1) 

17(1) 

19(1) 

22 ( 1 ) 

23 (1) 

26 (1) 

27(1) 

29 (1) 

30 (2) 

42 (2) 

44 (3) 

45 (1) 

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49 (1) 

51 (1) 

54(1) 

55 (2) 

61 (1) 

88 ( 1 ) 

101 (1) 

117(1) 

121 ( 2 ) 

238(1) 

239 (1) 

240 (1) 

290 (1) 

291 (1) 



Redaction Log 


Reason Page (# of occurrences) Description 

145 (1) 

228(1) 

235 (2) 

270 (1) 

276 (1) 

278 (1) 

305 (2) 

306 (1) 

310 (1) 

316 (2) 

322 (2) 

330 (1) 

344 (1) 

353 (1) 

Investigatory ) J Investigatory Gov. Code § 6254(f) and (b) 

380 (2) 

381 (1) 

382 (2) 

384 (1) 

385 (2) 

405 (1) 

412 (1) 

414 (1) 

416 (1) 

431 (1) 

432 (1) 

434 (1) 

435 (2) 

436 (1) 

437(1) 

135 (1) 

138(1) 

221 ( 1 ) 

231 (1) 

310(4) 

314 (3) 

322 (1) 

344 (1) 


no reason 



Reason Page (# of occurrences) 


Description 


Privacy 


150 

(1) 

169 

(1) 

182 

(2) 

190 

(2) 

191 

(1) 

194 

(1) 

197 

(1) 

202 

(1) 

203 

(1) 

222 

(1) 

230 

(1) 

232 

(1) 

237 

(3) 

238 

(1) 

240 

(1) 

282 

(1) 

283 

(1) 

284 

(2) 

286 

(1) 

287 

(1) 

288 

(1) 

291 

(1) 

310 

(1) 

311 

(1) 

315 

(1) 

324 

(2) 

349 

(11) 

350 

(13) 

351 

(1) 

357 

(2) 

358 

(1) 

370 

(1) 

400 

(1) 

402 

(1) 

453 

(1) 

454 

(1) 

455 

(1) 

456 

(2) 

457 

(1) 

459 

(1) 


Private information